Georgian Group pokes holes in Somerset House canopies
The full revitalisation of Grade I listed Somerset House in the Strand moved a step closer last week after Westminster City Council granted conditional permission and conditional listed-building consent to a scheme to build canopies on the building's river terrace and a pedestrian bridge link from the terrace to Waterloo Bridge. But the Georgian Group has strongly attacked the plans, by the partnership Jeremy Dixon.Edward Jones, branding them 'seriously flawed' and liable to detract ...
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