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London's King's Cross Got A Three Billion Pound Upgrade, And For What?

Says Olly Wainwright: "For sure, it is more dry digestive than gelatinous trifle, but that is generally to be welcomed. It is also refreshing to find a development where as much, if not more, attention has been paid to the streets and spaces as the buildings that frame them. It may be the usual kind […]
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