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Evening Standard: Lend Lease: "Eyesores to vanish in Elephant and Castle regeneration masterplan"

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"Two of London’s least loved landmarks, the Elephant and Castle shopping centre and the Heygate Estate, are set to be reduced to rubble under a huge regeneration scheme.

"The first detailed plans of the long-awaited scheme will be revealed in an application expected to be lodged with Southwark council 'within weeks'.

"Australian developer Lend Lease says it is putting final touches to a £1.5 billion, 15-year masterplan for the Elephant and Castle area to create 2,800 homes, 5,000 jobs and central London’s biggest new park for 70 years."
[Is that for the years 2012-2082 then?
Or "first big park for 70 years"?
Burgess Park was announced in 1943.]

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