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Marks Barfield plugs £2bn Greenwich towers scheme

BA London Eye inventor and designer Marks Barfield is attempting to aim even higher with a stunningly ambitious proposal to build a £2 billion scheme of up to 20 of its 50 storey 'Skyhouse' buildings on the Greenwich peninsula. The architect says the scheme for a new urban quarter could house as many as 14,000 people in high densities, while 300,000m 2of commercial development in the centre of the site and a reworking of the politically embarrassing Millennium Dome could complete ...

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