Architect Mary Thum Associates has won planning permission for a residential scheme in Great Turnstile, WC1. The street is a pedestrian passage between Lincoln's Inn Fields and High Holborn, only 3m wide with little natural light.Working for developer Cube City Properties, the architect is replacing a five-storey concrete office building with a seven-storey 1,300m2 steel-framed structure.There will be nine flats on floors one to three, a penthouse on the fourth and fifth floors, and ...
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