Rogers out of toon in Newcastle
Lord Rogers'plans to engineer an urban renaissance in Newcastle's rundown west end estates collapsed at the weekend, amid complaints from the public that his proposals were too dictatorial and warnings that architects are biting off more than they can chew on masterplan schemes.
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