The latest stage of a £5 billion regeneration scheme in the shadow of the Millennium Dome was unveiled this week. The London Borough of Greenwich approved plans for a 340,000sq metre Millennium Square (see visualisation, above) which would rival Leicester Square in size and include offices, cafes and restaurants. Due to open in 2007, the scheme would form a canopied link between the Dome entrance and North Greenwich station. The design by Barr Gazetas has a 56 metre-high mast and slots into an overall masterplan by Terry Farrell and Partners. Government regeneration agency English Partnerships and private firms are running the scheme.