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Evening Standard: "100,000 new homes will be built in disused offices" (but not all of them in Barnet House)

Link to Evening Standard

"Tens of thousands of desperately needed new homes will be created in London, under plans to let developers turn office blocks into flats.

"... In the suburbs, there were many long-disused offices, such as the former Barnet council offices next to Totteridge Underground station, that would be 'ideal for conversion'. 

"A spokesman for the Communities and Local Government department said:
"This Government is committed to getting brownfield land and empty buildings back into productive use. We are currently looking to make it easier to convert empty and under-used commercial space into residential use."

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