Missing the point of parks

One Hyde Park, London. Archtiect: Rogers Stirk Harbour

Giles Dolphin, assistant director of planning for the Greater London Authority, writing in defence of One Hyde Park (Letters September 16) stated that the building: “if visible above the trees would have improved views from Hyde Park on account of its architectural excellence”.

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