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Moving on


The Farmiloes building, which has been in family possession since the 18th century when it was used to make white lead, was a revelation to the thousands who have passed through it in the past few days, courtesy of Tim Farmiloe, who allowed the buildings and courtyard to be used, and Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, who helped bring everything up to regulatory standard for public use. An application for a mixed-use refurbishment/redevelopment of the complex went in for planning this week, which should ensure a lively future for a historic part of London.

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