Last chance to share your views on proposed changes to Radcliffe Camera

Changes in the Radcliffe Camera are being considered and the current consultation will end on Saturday 1st December.

The plans address four separate initiatives:

  1. modifications that are necessary to permit access to the Lower Camera for those with mobility impairments;
  2. removal of existing restrictions on movement of books  to the Upper Camera;
  3. creation of a consolidated service desk at the proposed South entrance to the Camera to improve readers services and security; and
  4. the present North entrance to become an emergency exit.

Planning permission for these changes was obtained in August 2012, but because the relocation of the entrance is a once-in-a-century event, we want to ensure that readers have an opportunity to learn about the plans and to provide comments.
The consultation period closes on Saturday 1 December 2012.

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You can see the plans online in PDF format.

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