Westminster to reject 'bulky' Robert Adam Piccadilly offices
Westminster council is set to refuse permission for a Robert Adam Architects-designed scheme beside the former Simpsons department store on Piccadilly.Officers have concluded that the quality of the grand Classical office-led scheme does not justify demolition of the three buildings that currently occupy the site. They are urging councillors, who will consider the proposals at a committee meeting tonight, to demand a reworking of the plans.
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