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A Grade A-listed 1960s building in the heart of Edinburgh is to be flattened to make way for a new mixed-used scheme by Allan Murray Architects. The Lothian Regional Council headquarters building on the corner of the Royal Mile and George IV Bridge - designed by RMJM co-founder Robert Matthew - will be replaced by a £35 million regeneration project.

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