Maxwell was more vulture than developer
Last week, walking northwards from London's Liverpool Street Station, I was surprised to discover that Maxwell House is being demolished. And there, five storeys up in the party wall of No 66 Worship Street, the Edwardian building that I once shared with erstwhile partners Nicholas Lacey & Arno Jobst, a bricked-up window has again been exposed to daylight and public view. Back flooded amusing memories. . .
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