City of London approves skyscraper despite claimed effect on Tower of London's setting

The City of London Corporation last week approved a 36-storey, 94,336 square metre mixed-use tower, despite objections related to its impact on the Tower of London World Heritage Site.

by Richard Garlick
A visualisation of the approved 50 Fenchurch Street. Pic: City of London
A visualisation of the approved 50 Fenchurch Street. Pic: City of London

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