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Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment

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The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment is set to look again at Abbey Holford Rowe's plans for Leeds' tallest building after the architect took on board CABE's original comments and reworked the scheme. AHR has refined the £70 million Bridgwater Place twin tower scheme (above) for Landmark Development Projects after CABE savaged it as being 'slab-like'and no better than other run-of-the-mill city centre commercial developments. The scheme includes a 200-bed hotel, 9,200m 2of offices and apartments.

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