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Poor reception

Westminster Council is probably feeling jolly pleased with itself, judging by the story broken in Estates Gazette about the BBC headquarters design by Richard MacCormac. The property magazine, in a story taken up by The Times , said the corporation is threatening to quit Westminster over the council's intransigent attitude towards the major conservation and redevelopment exercise now planned around Broadcasting House. BBC executive Alan Yentob was so enraged by Westminster 's behaviour ...

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