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Minister for London Keith Hill last week kick-started a public consultation on Lord Foster's plans to improve pedestrian access to Trafalgar Square. Foster intends to banish cars from most of the square to create a pedestrianised space leading down from the National Gallery.

'Our proposals will create a new heart for London,' Foster said. The plans are part of Foster's 'World Squares for All' masterplan which aims to regenerate public spaces from Trafalgar Square, through Whitehall to Parliament Square. The plans will be available until 1 March at Mary Summer House in Tufton Street, London and views can be registered by visiting www.worldsquares.com

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