1964 March: A Lating Quarter For London And A Townscape Of Covent Garden With A Plan For It's Future
[ARCHIVE] The danger is that in all the controversy over a new site for Covent Garden fruit and vegetable market, Covent Garden itself, as a place, may be forgotten. If this happens, its special character could well be erased at one stroke by wholesale redevelopment. The nature of this character and the need to reinforce it in any new building are discussed below
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