City council approves replacement of brutalist ‘icon’ with 1,600 homes despite legal threat

A city council has approved the demolition of a mid-twentieth century ‘landmark’ building to make way for a 1,600-home, triple-tower scheme up to 56 storeys high, despite a legal threat to the decision and officers warning of "high level harm" to a nearby listed hospital.

by Toby Porter

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