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July 29, 2008

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cjcjc

Well it does seem to be being developed by a worthy group.

http://www.coinstreet.org/doon_street.aspx

Tom

Ah, so it's different when a *worthy* group wants to invade London's precious sight-lines. Obviously a better kind of invasion to the one stentorously condemned by Boris and co. during the election campaign. Glad that's cleared up.

I think it looks quite nice, but then I think modern architecture is probably the best I can remember it being right now. What's currently there is an eyesore.

cjcjc

Part of Jenkins's argument - if you had bothered to read it - is that the "social" component of the big schemes were token, at best.

This scheme seems more than token.

Also I assume you can see the difference between supporting *some* towers and supporting *every* tower?

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