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Thursday, April 12, 2007
Quick bits from the murky world of development
The £1bn Liverpool Baltic project has collaped into administration. Unbelievable, really, that such a massive project can be so badly planned and run.

Everyone already knows this but in case you don't, British Land beat out Stuart Lipton's Chelsfield Partners to bag Euston Station's redevelopment.

Apparently commercial development is at its highest level for three years.

And Prince Charles will appear, bizarrely, by videolink at this year's Think regeneration conference, on May Day.

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