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Davis & Partners has unveiled a proposal for part of the Duke of York's hq in London's King's Road. It aims to turn the north of the site into a landscaped square with York paving, 34 shops and kiosks of 13,400m2, and 3200m2 of offices. The project will involve re-using historic buildings on the 4.2ha site sold by the mod to Cadogan as part of its strategic defence review. A planning application was submitted last week and building is due to start next year for a 2002 finish.

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