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Palace variety

Lord Falconer was also due to discuss architecture and planning on Wednesday evening at a meeting of the Associated Parliamentary Group for Design and Innovation, chaired by Barry Sheerman MP. On the speaking panel were Michael Gwilliam, ex-Civic Trust chief, now running the South East Regional Planning Authority, Sunand Prasad representing CABE and RIBA president Paul Hyett. Given the former PM's views on the supremacy of the market over planning, it was ironic the meeting was held ...

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