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9 July, 2008
By Richard Waite
12 June 2008Richard Waite
An anonymous donor has pledged to cough up the £1.2 million needed to rebuild Skylon, the symbol of the 1951 Festival of Britain, the AJ can reveal.
27 February 2012Merlin Fulcher
Plans to build a 50 metre-tall Skylon replica near Hereford have emerged
11 September 2008Richard Waite
Battersea Power Station has emerged as the front-runner to become the home for a £1.2 million full-size replica of Powell and Moya’s Skylon.
26 November 2011Merlin Fulcher
[First look + plans] Mark Power Architect has won planning for this 134m 2 public WC within West 8’s proposed re-landscaping of Jubilee Gardens on London’s South Bank
6 April 2010Merlin Fulcher
Anish Kapoor’s ‘Orbit’ monument has officially killed off plans to re-build the 1951 Skylon on the Olympic site
6 May 2009
You may have already read about plans to rebuild the Skylon at the Olympics. The proposals, which have been bubbling away for some time, now look increasingly likely.
21 April 2011Merlin Fulcher
The Southbank Centre in London has created a series of installations to mark 60 years since the opening of the Festival of Britain
28 February 2008Richard Waite
The first steps towards resurrecting Skylon, the symbol of the 1951 Festival of Britain, have been revealed to the AJ.
17 October 2005AJ
Plans to resurrect Powell and Moya's much-loved Skylon on London's South Bank have hit the buffers.
29 May 2007MT
Allies and Morrison's two-year, £100 million revamp of London's Grade I-listed Royal Festival Hall (RFH) on the South Bank has finally been unveiled.
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