Go-ahead for 73-storey central London skyscraper

Plans for a 73-storey skyscraper in central London have been given the green light after planners concluded that the impact of the proposal on the settings of St Paul's Cathedral and the Tower of London World Heritage Site 'is considered acceptable'.

by Jamie Carpenter
1 Undershaft: building would be second tallest in western Europe, according to City of London Corporation
1 Undershaft: building would be second tallest in western Europe, according to City of London Corporation

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