Prince Charles wants protection for London communities

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Prince Charles wants protection for London communities
12th November 2014

Plans to redevelop London's run down housing estates are in danger of repeating mistakes made in the 60s and 70s.

That's the finding of a new report by a charity set up by the Prince of Wales.

In it, the heir to the throne says enormous modern blocks are equally intimidating, and those living in older estates should have the right to remain.

Today's study come as Prince Charles was visiting the Packington Estate in Islington. London Live’s Maleena Pone was there.

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