Building over London rail and tube lines 'could deliver 280,000 homes'

280,000 homes could be built in London above railway and tube lines, according to a new study by an engineering firm, about 30,000 more than previous research suggested.

by John Geoghegan
Railway lines near London's Farringdon Station. Pic: Danny P Robinson, Geograph.org
Railway lines near London's Farringdon Station. Pic: Danny P Robinson, Geograph.org

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