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The 'highest concentration of peers in London' has rounded comprehensively on architectural and landscape plans to make Belgrave Square more appealing to local families. The Belgravia Residents' Association - led by a senior government advisor and his wife - has objected strongly to changes to one of the capital's most exclusive patches of grass.

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