Campaign group reformed to battle Sellar’s plans for Liverpool Street station

Liverpool street entrance

Comic-turned-conservationist Griff Rhys Jones to head collection of heritage groups fighting proposals

A campaign group which successfully opposed the demolition of Liverpool Street in the 1970s has been reformed to fight against new plans to overhaul the railway station. 

Sellar and Network Rail recently shared updated proposals for the £1.5bn scheme ahead of a planning submission this April. 

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