What is it with people wanting to knock down London’s buildings all the time? Last week, we had a change of pace after the developers who knocked down a pub without permission were ordered to rebuild it brick by brick, but this week we’re back to knocking things down again. King’s College London has been granted planning permission to demolish 154-158 the Strand and to façade the grade II listed buildings at 152-153. Here’s what it could look like if it goes ahead:
Pretty boring, right? Save Britain’s Heritage has set up a petition to stop the work going ahead, which has currently got over 5,100 of the 6,000 signatures needed. If you want to stop the bulldozing plans then you can sign it here.
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