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Southwark council has approved the first stage of new plans for the £1 billion redevelopment of the capital's blighted Elephant and Castle area.Foster and Partners, Tibbalds TM2 and EDAW are currently preparing a masterplan for the council, after earlier plans by KP Architects were abandoned last April.The development framework, which won approval from councillors last week, sets out key areas for regeneration.

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