Developers reveal plans to demolish Musical Museum church
Tower and eighteenth century schoolhouse to be saved
The church which has been home to Brentford's Musical Museum faces partial demolition under plans just announced by housebuilders Barratt Homes. However the little-known listed building on the site is safe.
The proposal to demolish the body of the church has been known for some time. As part of their planning permission for the Capital West scheme, Barratt Homes were obliged to build the shell of a new, purpose-built museum building. The new venue was originally planned to open in Spring 2004 but delays have forced the Museum to remain on their site, which was given to them on a 'temporary' basis - in 1963.
10 May 2004
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