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Redevelopment Of Lord's Cricket Ground Once Again Possible After Being Abandoned In '11

04 / 22 / 14

The redevelopment of Lord's Cricket Ground, a "contentious and divisive issue when the so-called 'Vision' was abandoned" in '11, could be revived in a similar format, according to Ivo Tennant of the LONDON TIMES. It would feature "two blocks of flats constructed in the corners of the ground at the N...

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