Brunswick Centre listing inflames new war of words
The Department of Culture, Media and Sport has thrown a spanner in the works of Patrick Hodgkinson's plans to add around £20 million of refurbishments to his own Brunswick Centre - by listing it Grade II.But in the aftermath of the decision, Brunswick developer Allied London has hit out at the Twentieth Century Society for making 'hollow' criticisms of Hodgkinson's plans and refusing to meet up to discuss the proposals.
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