‘Unprecedented’ technical challenge to Centre Block renos means losing familiar spaces, says PSPC
By Charelle EvelynMay. 15, 2019
‘All the rooms that aren’t heritage won’t necessarily be there,’ says Sen. Scott Tannas, as plans to cut 2,500 square metres coalesce.
The appearance of the north side of Centre Block could be changed if plans go forward to add pavilions alongside the Library of Parliament to house committee rooms for the Senate and House. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Although the hope is that when Centre Block reopens after years of renovation work it will look as similar as possible to before it shut its doors, there will be some significant changes, Senators were told recently.
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