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Westminster sparks fury as planners back school design

Westminster planners have recommended approval for the controversial Pimlico School pfi project, despite receiving a further welter of objection letters and conceding that the Ellis Williams scheme still does not meet the planning brief for the site. And, the aj has determined, although the planning application is a departure from the council's udp, Westminster failed to advertise it as such, contrary to government planning guidelines.

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