City of London approves new ‘justice quarter’ despite demolition of historic and listed buildings

The City of London has approved its own plans for a huge 53,000 square metre civic development off Fleet Street, including an 18-courtroom facility and a new headquarters for the City of London Police, despite concerns about the loss of historic and listed buildings and the impact on views of St Paul's Cathedral.

by Ellie Kahn
The proposed 'justice quarter' development (Pic: City of London Corporation)
The proposed 'justice quarter' development (Pic: City of London Corporation)

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