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KPF's London Victoria Transport Interchange to face planning committee

Kohn Pedersen Fox’s (KPF's) London Victoria Transport Interchange masterplan will be hauled in front of a Westminster Council planning committee on Thursday (6 December).

The £2 billion project, developed by Land Securities, consists of eight main elements drawn up by KPF, Benson and Forsyth, Wilkinson Eyre, and Lynch Architects.

Land Securities submitted a planning application in August and hopes to be given approval to knock down a number of buildings on the central London site, to provide 270,000m2 of retail, commercial office and leisure space.

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