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Listing refused for Foster interchange threatened by Calatrava’s Greenwich plans


Sustainability is so out of fashion in this part of London, isn't it? - if the transport interchange was commissioned by TfL, howcome it's now up for grabs? Or is there more rot in the TfL senior management than even the 'Garden Bridge' saga would suggest? I wonder if the DCLG is be aware that there's quite a lot of very repetitive Georgian architecture in England that's listed, so how about delisting all but the plum bits to enable developers to let rip on the rest? And Mr Calatrava - capable of truly inspired work such as Stadelhofen station in Zurich - demeans himself by clambering onto the tacky bandwagon rolling around London just now depositing naff works of grotesque 'look at me' highrise banality.

Posted date

18 July, 2017

Posted time

11:20 pm