Angry protesters say changes to designs for the Chelsea Barracks site are still unacceptable.
Developers Qatari Diar have announced changes to their £3billion proposals for the Chelsea Bridge Road site, after Westminster Council planners told them to go back to the drawing board in September.
The company earlier this week took over financial control for the plans from property tycoons Nick and Christian Candy, although the brothers will still work on development, marketing and interior design.
Changes made include reducing the height of some affordable housing flats from 13 to 10 storeys, creating 1.3 acres of public open space and removing the cafe.
Campaigners from the Barracks Opposition Group are still fuming. Chairman Georgine Thorburn, of Bloomfield Terrace, Pimlico, said: "These changes have hardly done much and we still feel we haven't been listened to. The proposals still include demolishing the chapel and there are a lot of people who want to keep it, as a symbol of the old barracks. We're far from satisfied."
Chief executive officer of Qatari Dia, Ghanim bin Saad al-Saad, said: "In recent weeks we have been taking soundings from our neighbours at Chelsea Barracks. As a result, the architects have responded with design changes which we're confident address all our stakeholders' concerns."