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Culture secretary Tessa Jowell - in consultation with the Royal Parks Agency - has appointed Land Use Consultants to design a £1 million memorial garden to those Britons who lost their lives in the 11 September terrorist strike. The practice was already contracted to put together designs for the Grosvenor Square site opposite the American Embassy prior to the attack. The verdict follows Jowell's decision to declare Kathryn Gustafson the winner of the drawn-out design competition ...

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