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It is comforting indeed to know that the best interests of architecture and urbanism are so ably served by Sir Sydney Chapman mp and architect. It is he, you will recall, who as chairman of the august Commons and Works Committee, who has put a large question mark over Foster's project to make both Trafalgar and Parliament Squares available for pedestrians for the first time. The scheme may, he fears make it more difficult for the police to hold up the traffic in order for mps to get ...

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