Additions to Quinlan Terry's Regency-style building wins planning approval

The proposed changes, including a cupola, were criticised but have now been approved

Controversial designs by Quinlan Terry, which form part of his decade-long redevelopment of a John Nash mansion overlooking Regent’s Park, have been given planning approval.

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