Listing threat to £440m Vauxhall housing masterplan
A £440 million plan to build a new 'urban village' on the site of decaying housing estates in Lambeth, south London, has been thrown into doubt after culture minister Alan Howarth announced plans to award Grade II-listed status to a 1960s secondary school on the site.
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