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LONDON'S COUNTY HALL COULD BECOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTRE

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London's County Hall, the former home of the Greater London Council, may for the most part become a giant family en...
London's County Hall, the former home of the Greater London Council, may for the most part become a giant family entertainment centre with virtual reality games rather than a hotel, the Times reports (p24).

The papers says the Japanese property company Shirayama which agreed last week to buy the hotel from the London Residuary Body expects that a hotel will take up a third of the site.

But, Lambeth LBC believes the plans may not progress. Richard Humphreys from the council's planning department said the idea was nonsense and that the council had not given permission for an amusement arcade occupying two thirds of County Hall.
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