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The Twentieth Century Society has held 'productive' talks with Patrick Hodgkinson and Allied London over their controversial development proposals for the Brunswick Centre in Bloomsbury, London.

Caseworker Emmanuelle Morgan told the AJ that Hodgkinson and fellow architect on the project Levitt Bernstein are to work up their £20 million scheme for the now Grade II-listed building inside the next four weeks. They have agreed to consult with the society before submitting a planning application, probably by January next year.

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