greenspace2 wrote:That seems to be the case:I have heard the opposite. From what I gather there are several new offers on the table. Surely if that's the case they'd be using tonight to discuss what to do about those?
Quote:Overall, I consider that the proposals would provide exemplary and world-class architecture on an outstanding and prominent site. The design would be one which people would experience with marvel, wonder and delight. It would respect its context, and would provide an outstanding environment in which people could live, work, visit and enjoy. It would add to Potter's Field Park and the important open spaces, which give so much public enjoyment along the banks of the Thames. It would enhance the whole of the capital, and would give to London an architectural gem for present and future generations to treasure.
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