Sellar unveils new visuals of £1.5bn Liverpool Street plans as application is finally made public

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City insists delay was caused by complexity of the scheme and not by a redesign

Sellar and Network Rail have unveiled dozens of new images of the highly controversial proposals for a £1.5bn redevelopment of Liverpool Street station.

The highly detailed visuals come as the Herzog & de Meuron-designed scheme’s huge planning application is finally made public, nearly six months after it was submitted to the City of London Corporation.

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