City developer brands CABE views 'an outrage' ...
Developer Minerva has launch a bitter attack on the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (cabe) for interfering and threatening its plans to build a major Foster and Partners building in the City of London. cabe's new design-review panel wrote to the architects last week, branding the prominent 40,000m2 scheme opposite Cannon Street Station as potentially 'hostile' to its environment and in need of a complete redesign, but the developer has taken issue with the views.
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