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Our lead story reveals that Ken Livingstone is to be advised by a panel of international architects. The news is entirely in keeping with the current consensus that the way to achieve quality in the built environment is to trust the opinion of an elite group of enlightened experts. The notion of mass consultation seems as hopelessly outdated as the idea that architecture and urban design should be left purely to market forces. The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment ...

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