‘Don’t be sneaky in public consultations,’ architects told

Holly Lewis

Architect ticks off peers for ‘deceptive’ tactics

Architects who don’t explain their proposals openly to the public are being sneaky and deceptive, the founder of We Made That has said.

Holly Lewis ticked off fellow architects and their clients who try to conceal uncomfortable facts about projects at public consultations.

“At a consultation the plan will say ‘landmark building’ on a corner spot marked in pink,” she said.

“I know there’s going to be a tower there, but no one else does.

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