Wiltshire Council's Salisbury building wins two awards

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The refurbished Wiltshire Council offices in Salisbury have won two architectural awards.

The Grade II listed building and modern extension at Bourne Hill won a regional award in a ceremony run by the British Council for Offices.

The building has also won the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) South West and Wessex Regional Award.

It is now in the running for the national Office Building of the Year and RIBA awards.

Work on the £21m project was completed last year.

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