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The government's flagship housing project, Greenwich Millennium Village, welcomed its first residents last week. Keys to the first four homes, designed by Proctor Matthews Architects, were presented by the deputy prime minister John Prescott. The units are part of the first tranche of 46 homes designed by the practice as part of the 1,377-home Ralph Erskine masterplan.

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