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‘Think again’, MP tells Garden Bridge investors during Commons debate


"....it will be a tourist and visitor magnet." Fine, then put it where it will be an amenity gain not, as in its present location, an amenity loss. This is just one of the many contradictions in the project that the apologists skirt over – and rather than engaging with the arguments they tend instead to attack the objectors. It’s much easier to shout “procurement bore” than explain eg why a magnificent avenue of mature Planes should be destroyed or how creating congestion at Temple station helps commuters. Or how you can have “a place of quiet contemplation” overrun by tourists.

Posted date

8 September, 2016

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10:12 pm


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