Architecture Update: Messy tenants
Wednesday 08 July 1992
'It's as if a bunch of animals have come out of it,' says Brien Martin, a director of Imry Holdings, which owns the building. 'The Government has left a lot of rubbish in here - it's a health hazard and a fire risk.'
The Government has responsibility for the building for the next five years, and it is being asked to return it to a condition in which it can be relet.
Imry, which once sought permission to demolish the Sixties Brutalist landmark, designed by Erno Goldfinger, now says it plans to restore the building - a move that has delighted the building's admirers, who tried unsuccessfully to have it listed.
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