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English Heritage and the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment have unveiled plans to work together on reviewing masterplans. The two bodies have recently differed on schemes such as Kohn Pedersen Fox's tower proposal in the City, but have now agreed to fuse their design review panels to create a unified response to major urban schemes.Both CABE and EH will retain their separate roles as consultees in areas outside major masterplans.

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