Hayhurst lodges plans for new RIBA learning centre

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Competition winner seeks consent for Portland Place alterations

Hayhurst & Co has submitted its planning applications for a new educational facility at RIBA’s Portland Place headquarters. 

Last year the practice beat AOC Architecture, Coffey Architects, Delvendahl Martin Architects and Featherstone Young in the competition to design the Clore Learning Centre at the grade II*-listed building.

RIBA’s brief for the competition called for 365sq m of new space to support hands-on, creative activities for all ages as part of a plan to boost its public education programme, which currently serves around 10,000 people a year.

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