'They tore down the town I designed'
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'They tore down Bracknell, the town I designed'

Ninety-three-year-old architect Cyril Minchell dedicated a large portion of his career to creating the buildings and roads which turned a sleepy rural village into a densely populated, major industrial town.

But five decades after his design was finished, he has seen the majority of his work torn down and replaced with a new £240m development.

  • 07 Sep 2017