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Big names line up for Exhibition Road

A competition to transform London's Exhibition Road into a 'world-class'streetscape has attracted interest from leading architects including Terry Farrell, Michael Hopkins, Richard Rogers, Caruso St John and David Chipperfield.

The £25 million project, the largest of London mayor Ken Livingstone's '100 Spaces for London', will revitalise one of the capital's most important public spaces, linking the museums and academies of South Kensington.

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is still accepting expressions of interest for the scheme, with a final selection due to be made in November.

Council leader Merrick Cockell said: 'The field of potential candidates at this stage looks extremely promising.'

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