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Feedback Report - proposed plans for the conversion of the ground floor level of Great Arthur House into residential accommodation

City of London Officers and Studio Partington held a drop-in event for residents on Thursday 5 th
October, 15.30 -17.30, at the Sir Ralph Perring Centre, Golden Lane Estate. Residents and
stakeholders were invited to view initial plans for the project, discuss proposals and propose
comments.
The event was well received with officers, residents and consultants exchanging ideas and
engaging in useful discussions. Feedback forms and contact details were provided for residents.
15 feedback forms were handed in on the day, and 1 feedback form sent by email. To date, the
Communications Manager, New Developments and Major Projects, has received 18 emails
regarding the event.
Main points from the event and feedback can be read in the attached document.

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