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THE OTHER SIDE OF FOSTER'S BBC RADIO PLANS

LETTERS

On the evidence of the photo provided, it's probably best that Norman Foster's BBC Radio Centre never got off the ground (Review AJ 02.03.06).

Realistically, the prospect of the reversal of the existing street pattern and traffic flows, as well as the complete relocation of All Souls' Langham Place to the other side of Broadcasting House - itself significantly remodelled as part of this proposal - was always going to be contentious.

Zac Carey, Attol

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