Iconic power station loved by locals
Simon Legg's letter (AJ 23.10.03) asserts that Battersea Power Station's condition of partial ruin is a matter of no concern to the Battersea residents. I do not know how extensive his survey has been but, speaking as one Battersea resident, I believe that it should be a concern to us all. In fact, I chose my flat partly because of its view of the power station.
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