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Shoreditch does not need a giant City outpost with no connection to its neighbours, writes Lucinda Rogers
A better design for the Goodsyard would first address the point made by local people in every consultation: any development must integrate the well-known character and needs of the varied neighbourhoods that surround it.
We are not part of the City of London, so a giant City zone that has no relationship to its neighbours, to be shut off at night, will not succeed in urban planning or commercial terms.
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