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Why London is still calling

2021-10-15T00:00:00+01:00By

When the UK first entered lockdown in March 2020, the impact was nowhere more stark than in London.

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Property Week Digital Edition – 15 October 2021

Argent’s Robert Evans looks back on the first 20 years of the developer’s flagship King’s Cross regen scheme – Property hot shots raise thousands at Chickenshed charity clay pigeon shoot – Government introduction of new Class MA PDR sparks urban planning debate

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