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Skylon set for Battersea after Olympic return

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.

According to Paul Finch, chairman of the London 2012 Design Review Panel, discussions are well under way to house a replica of the Powell & Moya sculpture at the Olympic Park throughout the games. But Astragal has learned this will only be temporary and the permanent home for the 90m-tall former Festival of Britain icon (pictured) is still likely to be Battersea Power Station. Astragal is all for spreading the love…

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