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Review of the year: THE STORY CONTINUES

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The Stonehenge visitor centre looks almost certain, but with eh sidelining Edward Cullinan Architects. Sir William Whitfield's masterplan for Paternoster Square finally won planning permission. The storm over Pimlico School raged on, with Westminster council taking its time over a pfi replacement. Marsham Street's triple-tower government block is still in place but Wembley stadium's twin towers seem doomed. Other long-running sagas include delays over John McAslan and Partners' design for the pavilion at Bexhill-on-Sea, and a cautious welcome from planners for Sir Norman Foster's World Squares For All. The latest chapter of the Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture includes a planned move to Shoreditch.

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