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In the latest development, PCC tenants have applied for permission to apply for an extension to the PCCC, which means they can open more places in the city.
They’re hoping the move will increase demand for the iconic building which, since it opened in 1997, has become the home of many famous actors, including Peter Cushing and George Clooney.
The PCC, which has been the site of a series of protests since it was constructed, is a landmark building which attracts thousands of visitors every year and has been an ongoing political battleground in recent years.
A recent poll commissioned by the POCS found that 77 per cent of residents support the building being torn down.
In the last decade, many residents have expressed fears that the Pcc would become a breeding ground for radical Islamists and neo-Nazis.
The city council is expected to vote on whether to grant an extension in February.
The current PCC was established in 1873 by Sir William Pitt, who believed that the city was in a “dangerous state of disorder”.
More: The PCC is one of the most iconic buildings in the world, and is the heart of the city’s commercial centre.
Its iconic glass facade has been a symbol of British democracy and the nation’s capital since it began life as a tavern.
The building was the scene of protests in 2014, when protesters were upset that a new, smaller PCC would be built on top of the old one.
PCC residents have been protesting for more than two decades, demanding the building be torn down for the sake of the community’s future, and that the new PCC should be a place where people can live, work and play without fear of violent crime.
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