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English Partnerships has denied reports that Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment chief Sir Stuart Lipton's company Stanhope is in pole position to take over 150 acres of the Greenwich peninsula including the Millennium Dome. A spokesperson for site owner EP said it is 'market-testing' proposals, but ministers will decide how to proceed, possibly with another competition, after the election.

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