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By Matthew Bates Tuesday 06 November 2012 Updated: 07/11 19:15
WORK has started on the £6m redevelopment of Henley College.
A new atrium and exhibition space to display student work is planned along with an internet cafe and block of 14 large classrooms filled with state-of-the-art conference facilities.
A new engineering block also makes up part of the application.
It is expected to be completed by September next year.
Principal Ray Goy said: "This redevelopment has been in the pipeline for over 18 months and is long overdue.
"The design was put together after consultation with students and staff.
"We wanted to provide more good quality teaching space which can be used in a variety of ways and bring all our student support services together."
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