Council defends costs of Sloane Square consulting

A third public consultation on Stanton Williams Architects’ ambitious plans to redevelop London’s Sloane Square has been defended by the local council after it emerged that it had already spent almost three-quarters of a million pounds on the two previous exercises.

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