19 September 2003
But the 360,000 sq ft (33,445 sq m) out-of-town scheme, which includes 75,000 sq ft (6,970 sq m) of offices occupied by Harlow Council, has had it problems. The local authority spot-listed the water gardens on the site, designed by post-war architect Frederick Gibberd, forcing the developer to move and ...
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