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Liverpool Street station: Thousands object to ‘ugly’ revamp plans

Business / Sun 31st Mar 2024 at 09:54am

A £1.5 billion redevelopment plan for Liverpool Street Station has received more than 2,000 objections reports the Local Democracy Reporter.

Westminster Council, Historic England and members of the public have objected to the plans, with some calling the proposals “ugly”.

Property developer Sellar said the project would “help London to maintain its status as a world-class city – at no cost to passengers or the taxpayer”.

Plans include the partial demolition of the Victorian station.

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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-68673822

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3 Comments for Liverpool Street station: Thousands object to ‘ugly’ revamp plans:

Zx
2024-03-31 11:36:58

Looks like a mosque

Valerie Carroll
2024-03-31 22:06:50

It looks like an overkill. White concrete is not asthetically pleasing, or environmentally friendly. Why can't it blend in with the wonderful old Victorian design which has always been nice to see as we arrive into our city, please reconsider?

Valerie Carroll
2024-03-31 22:08:18

White concrete is not asthetically pleasing, or environmentally friendly. Why can't it blend in with the wonderful old Victorian design which has always been nice to see as we arrive into our city, please reconsider?

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