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Allies and Morrison wins £160m King's Cross refurb

Allies and Morrison is going underground for a £160 million redevelopment of King's Cross tube station. The architect will work with Ove Arup & Partners on a two-stage project expected to run into 2007. The first phase will cost £80 million and include refurbishing the existing ticket hall, concourse and tube platform areas. Planning consent is expected later this year.

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