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English Heritage has launched a campaign to raise £4 million and regenerate London's garden squares. In a first step, its chairman, Sir Neil Cossons, pledged £200,000 to help replace chain-link fencing with railings, replace 'inappropriate street furniture' and repair broken paving. Minister for London Keith Hill said: 'Many of London's squares fall short of the standards expected of a world class city. What is more, their run-down condition can demoralise local communities ...

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