The developers of the Chelsea Barracks site have been told they must start delivering the homes they promised, or to sell up and release the land.
The project has been put on hold, apparently because of the current economic climate. But Westminster Council is urging the Qatari developers to start building their vision.
Cllr Jonathan Glanz from Westminster Council.
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