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CABE's design review committee launched its annual publication with a nice party in Tower 42, the City of London's vertical landmark, better (if inaccurately) known as the NatWest Tower.

Some of the guests were surprised at the number of schemes on which CABE comments these days which, as design review director Peter Stewart pointed out, runs to between 600 and 700 a year, though only up to 100 get a formal fullmonty review. The magnificent view allowed guests to inspect progress on Moor House, the Foster scheme designed by his now ex-director Ken Shuttleworth, who takes over the CABE committee in April. It was promptly renamed 'Less is Moor House'.

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