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CCT RAISES FEAR THAT 60'S HOUSING MISTAKES WILL BE REPEATED

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Environment Secretary John Gummer's ability to ensure quality in the building of public housing is called into ques...
Environment Secretary John Gummer's ability to ensure quality in the building of public housing is called into question by Royal Institute of British Architects President Francis Duffy, in a letter to The Times today (p17).

In response to Mr Gummer's speech to the Cities 94 conference, Mr Duffy says compulsory competitive tendering will result in a degradation of quality to match that of the 1960s high rise blocks.
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