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Chelsfield is talking to an unnamed architect about an alternative proposal to Richard Rogers Partnership's £300 million plans for a tower at Paddington Basin in London. Paddington Basin Developments' director, Nick Roberts, told the AJ that a new brief has been drawn up for the site in the light of Westminster City Council's criticism of the height of the 43storey RRP Grand Union Building.

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