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King William Street's Sands and McDougall building is described as the oldest example of art deco architecture in SA. Photo: Tony Lewis/InDaily
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Minister tells developer: hands off threatened art deco building

The minister responsible for state heritage has criticised the developer behind a proposed $260 million King William Street office block, saying it ignored the local heritage listing of an art deco building it wants to demolish and he will not act on its request to intervene.

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Another city heritage site under demolition threat

The developer behind a proposed 15-storey office tower to replace King William Street’s Southern Cross Arcade has been forced to put its plans on hold while the State Government considers granting an adjoining local heritage-listed art deco building – which would be demolished under the plans – state heritage status.