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Residents asked to consult on new Walworth Town Hall plans

Two-and-a-half years after it was gutted by a devastating fire, residents are being asked for their views on the design of the new Walworth Town Hall.

The roof of the Grade II-listed building was destroyed in the March 2013 blaze, forcing the Cuming Museum and library to relocate.

The new building will include a larger library space and a new home for the museum, as well as exhibition spaces and an area for marriages and other ceremonies.

Residents can view the full proposals for the new building online and have their say on the designs. Visit

www.consultations.southwark.gov.uk and search “Walworth Town Hall” to find the project’s online consultation hub.

 

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