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Controversial plans to redevelop Birmingham Library have attracted further heavy criticism after the scheme failed to win crucial funding.

Labour councillor Ian Ward has damned new council proposals to house the library on two different sites as 'dead in the water' after a failed bid for £55 million of government funding. The split-site plans replace an earlier scheme by Richard Rogers for a signature building at Birmingham Eastside (AJ 20.07.05).

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