Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava is loved for his striking designs and loathed for cost overruns. Will his £1bn project for Greenwich Peninsula stay on course?
Calatrava finally arrives in London – but is he rehashing old ideas?
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I don’t think Greenwich peninsula needs this