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English Heritage has given a tentative thumbs-up to Terry Farrell & Partners' design to transform Chelsea's Lots Road power station into a residential and office complex. But the conservation body is anxious to see the 1930s control room, overhead gantries and other internal features integrated into the final scheme, to be developed by Circadian. A review of public space and the relationship between the power station and proposed new buildings has also been urged by English Heritage chairman Sir Neil Cossons. 'We have welcomed the principle of two high-quality tall buildings which we think will enhance river views and the skyline in this part of London without damaging the historic environment of the wider area, ' said Sir Neil.

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