Stockholm: We will fight for Chipperfield building

Nobel Chipperfield Stockholm crop

Vice-mayor blasts court for ‘peculiar assessments’

Stockholm city council has announced it is appealing against the “weak” legal ruling that halted David Chipperfield’s £100m Nobel Centre in its tracks.

The court in question was ridiculed by the city’s vice-mayor as being notorious for making “peculiar assessments”.

Jan Valeskog said the authorities were confident of success at the appeal court, but the verdict might not come until 2019.

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