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Talk at the London Development Agency reception, hosted by new chair Honor Chapman, included the extent to which all London boroughs could contribute to the housing effort. For example, the new Foster masterplan for the Elephant and Castle (project architect John Prevec - who is about to join Ken Shuttleworth at Make) suggests creation of 4,500 new homes. Another example is the 7,500 dwellings the council envisages around Brent Cross, where another ambitious masterplan is under way. ...

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