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The rash of 'scaffoltising' (giant adverts attached to scaffolding) currently sweeping the building sites of central London could be stemmed if the High Court rejects an appeal by Harvey Nichols to retain a super-sized advertisement outside its Knightsbridge store.

Kensington and Chelsea council earlier this month won a High Court injunction to have the retailer remove the hoarding. Judges decided that the poster needed approval before it was erected, throwing into jeopardy the status of hundreds of similar hoardings decorating building sites across the Capital.Harvey Nichols' appeal is to be heard on 1 May.

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