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HKR faces more strife over Arcadia scheme

HKR Architects has been dealt another blow on its huge Arcadia retail-led scheme in Ealing, west London, after CABE said it could not support the project.

In August the practice, which is leading the project for developer Glenkerrin, was left reeling when Foster + Partners was parachuted in to redesign the tower at the heart of the proposals (AJ 16.08.07).

Now the design watchdog, reviewing the scheme for a second time, has thrown the spotlight on the rest of the development – a series of low-rise blocks currently in the hands of HKR and John Pardey Architects.

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