Is culture at threat in the capital?

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Is culture at threat in the capital?

Every new development given the go ahead in the capital, should include affordable work space for artists. 

That's one of the recommendations in a wide ranging report from City Hall, urging the Mayor to do more to protect the capital's cultural venues and communities. 

The London Assembly's Regeneration Committee says rising rents and a focus on housing means as many as 3,500 artists could lose their place of work in the next two years

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