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Paul Finch: ‘Design review is very fair-minded’


Actually, many local (and national) amenity societies are also interested on conserving what is good, too. Like the British Museum. Please do stop using the tired old cliche about aspic. But Mr Finch has a problem with conservation and has never understood it. This is why he was a really lousy choice for CABE Chair. He may pretend to change his spots, but under he will still be the same old Paul Finch, and few will trust him, no matter how much licking up to English Heritage he does. The problems with English Heritage are another matter.

Posted date

27 August, 2009

Posted time

12:19 pm


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