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Brunswick-inspired debate on listing legislation

DOCOMOMO's deliberations about the future of the Brunswick Centre following its recent Grade II listing, turned into a full-scale indictment of current listing procedures. Catherine Cooke, chair of DOCOMOMO, which made representations against the listing of the Brunswick on the grounds that, as a 'pioneering example of a megastructure in England' it embodies 'the idea of a framework that accepts and assumes change within it over time', described current conservation law as 'a dictatorship ...

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