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Roger Madelin, the developer behind the huge redevelopment of the King's Cross railway lands, has warned that the project could be in trouble unless London mayor Ken Livingstone eases his renewable energy policy. The Argent chief executive warned that it would currently be impossible to hit the 10 per cent target.

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