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Sweet vengeance

After reading Astragal's tribute to ‘urban golf’ pioneer Jez Feakes (AJ 16.08.07), one eagle-eyed AJ reader sent in this image of a blue plaque which appeared on some hoardings outside late visionary architect Cedric Price's old Alfred Place offices last month. Says the spotter: ‘I snapped it a week ago but the hoardings have now been removed by the contractor. Seems a bit mean as they haven't replaced it with anything else. I believe Cedric owed the City of London, who is the landlord, some back rent, so they may have had them removed in revenge.’

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