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Lubetkin's Finsbury Health Centre put up for sale

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Berthold Lubetkin’s Grade I-listed Finsbury Health Centre in north London faces an ‘uncertain future’ after being put up for sale.

Described by Pevsner as ‘one of the key buildings to demonstrate the relevance of the Modern Movement’, the 1935 building has been put up for sale by the Islington Primary Care Trust (PCT).

The move comes a year after the PCT confirmed it would be refurbishing the health centre.

In a letter sent to the Islington PCT, Twentieth Century Society case worker Jon Wright said: ‘We cannot help but be concerned by the uncertainty this building faces.’

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