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CROWHALL TOWERS

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  CROWHALL LANE REDEVELOPMENT
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A mixed development of tower blocks with deck access built as public housing using the Larson-Neilson industrialised building system. The development comprised one sixteen-storey block and six seven-storey blocks of maisonettes. Construction of the blocks was approved by committee in 1966. Four of the maisonette blocks were destroyed in 1987 amidst great controversy due to their deterioration and unpopularity. The consulting architect and engineer for the six seven-storey blocks, known as St Oswald's Court, was John Poulson.

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