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Fury at Edinburgh Castle neighbour

The Royal Fine Art Commission for Scotland has called on Edinburgh City Council to throw out Reiach and Hall Architects' £45 million plans for one of the city's most sensitive sites. A letter sent by the commission to the city's planning chiefs - highlighting what it sees as significant problems with the Haymarket scheme - has prompted a furious response from the architects.


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