St John's Morning Show | Mar 20, 2013 | 6:41

Rooms grounds

The Rooms is pretty nifty on the inside, and now there's something in the works to bring the grounds up to par. Architect Jim Case tells Anthony about the plans in advance of a public information session planned for tonight (March 20th).

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