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The Halpern Partnership has submitted proposals for a residential block of 32 apartments within the grounds of the listed Lillington Gardens Estate in Pimlico. The estate was completed in 1971 to the award-winning designs of Darbourne and Darke. It was the first post-war, low-rise, high-density public scheme in the UK, branded 'tough, not amiable' by Pevsner. Halpern aims to create a fourth phase next to the Grade Ilisted church and church school of St James-the-Less.

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