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English Heritage has published what it claims is 'a rescue plan' for the Borough, Bankside and London Bridge areas of Southwark. Major redevelopment proposals there, including Terry Farrell and Partners' new London Bridge Station and Tony Meadows Associates' viaduct through Borough Market, will be the subject of a public inquiry this spring (AJ 20.1.00). EH believes the proposals are unco-ordinated and threaten the character of 'a unique corner of London'. The Borough at London Bridge is a study by landscape architect and urban designer, Kim Wilkie. It aims to 'raise awareness of the wider urban context', looking at pedestrian movement, traffic and open spaces and providing a framework in which 'much-needed' regeneration can be accommodated'. It is available free from eh. Tel 020 7973 3434.

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