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PLANS FOR PERMANENT BASE FOR THE WOOLF INSTITUTE, CAMBRIDGE   
1 February 2013 | Posted by Jon Burgess
 
Beacon Planning has been appointed as the planning consultant on a project for the creation of a new, permanent home in Cambridge for The Woolf Institute which is to be within the Westminster College site, on the corner of Madingley Road and Northampton Street in the city.

The Woolf Institute – which is a global seat of research and study of interfaith relations between the Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Islam and Christianity – was established in 1998 and currently leases premises on Jesus Lane in Cambridge.

Beacon Planning will be working with Cambridge-based architects Bland, Brown + Cole who have been commissioned to design a brand new purpose-built facility which will include a library, seminar rooms, student accommodation, a multi-faith chapel, offices and a media/e-learning centre.