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Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment

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This mixed-use residential and office scheme in Deptford, southeast London has been given a cautious welcome by the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment. Designed by John McAslan and Partners, the original scheme was criticized by the commission in October last year for its inadequate car parking facilities. CABE now says the scheme, including a 25-storey residential tower, is 'more refined' but it wants to see further illustrations of how the project will appear both close up and from a distance.

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