Sheppard Robson’s Trocadero plan rejected

The original 2006 scheme, with the contentious glass facade.

A landmark 500-bed hotel proposed by Sheppard Robson on the site of London’s famous Trocadero complex has been sent back to the drawing board by Westminster City Council’s planning committee.

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