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Architecture

Dear Simon Jenkins, please stop moaning about developers

London's Bedford Square and Regents Park show beautiful city planning is possible

26 October 2013

9:00 AM

26 October 2013

9:00 AM

When architectural preservationists meet at the tedious conferences and grim councils of despair that feed oxygen to their nihilistic and unventilated ‘heritage’ world-view, the word ‘developer’ is spat out with contempt. It is as though they are speaking of Satan and his diabolical agents, who used to appear in the horror novels of Dennis Wheatley that I so enjoyed in my youth.

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