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Government minister Tessa Jowell has joined forces with the London mayor's environment secretary Darren Johnson to increase the pressure on the developers of Crystal Palace park. In a joint letter to Ian Livingstone, chairman of the site's developers, London & Regional Properties, Johnson, Jowell and a string of other local MPs and councillors last week demanded wider public consultation over the controversial scheme before development work starts. The Ian Ritchie Architects designed scheme for a multiplex cinema on the park has received planning permission, but is facing opposition from mayor Ken Livingstone and local residents.

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