Developer to appeal 30-storey Yuri Gagarin tower refusal

The developer behind plans for a 30-storey tower inspired by Soviet pilot and cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin's first space flight in 1961 is to appeal a London borough's refusal of the scheme which planners said would be 'completely alien to the character and identity' of the area.

by Winnie Agbonlahor & Michael Donnelly
An artist's impression of the finished scheme (pic Southwark Square Ltd)
An artist's impression of the finished scheme (pic Southwark Square Ltd)

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