This week Bermondsey residents will get their first look at revised designs for the much-delayed Bermondsey Square redevelopment.
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Urban Catalyst chief executive Ken Dytor told trade Journal Building Design that the change of architects "was a very amicable arrangement" and "not a falling out."
Changes to the previous scheme involve a consolidation and reduction in the height of the three main blocks, and there are also plans to introduce an open-air cinema or theatre.
A newsletter issued by Urban Catalyst in January says that nusinesses and organisations occupying space in the scheme will pay a service charge to support community activities, and there are plans to hold local markets on two further days a week, in addition to the established Friday antiques market.
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