Charity specifies ‘inspiring’ base for neglected pets
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) has launched a competition to find architects for a new £4.5m animal centre in north west England.
It said the facility – earmarked for an unidentified 3.2ha site – would need to be able to house around 40 dogs, 60 cats and a further 20 small animals.
The centre would also need to provide a veterinary suite, offices for 10 staff, a reception area and grooming facilities, documents for the RIBA-run competition said.
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