Calls to scrap 'city architect' post
The future of Lord Rogers' position as London's 'city architect' was cast into fresh doubt last week when the capital's elected representatives demanded that mayor Ken Livingstone scrap the £130,000-a-year post because of the potential for conflicts of interest between Lord Rogers' advice and the work of his practice in the capital.
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