In your editorial commenting on the AJ's revisit to East Croydon Station (AJ 29.3.01), you say that 'magazines like their buildings to be brand new'. But while some of your readers are doubtless only interested in the latest trend, I am sure many of us are as interested in what happens to a building after it has been in your pages. Why is it so unusual to have a feature like this revisit to East Croydon? I can remember when the AJ made a habit of returning to buildings a decade or more after they were built. You should make it a habit once again.
Ivor Patterson, Banbury, Oxfordshire