Survey finds London skyscraper permissions rose to highest-ever level last year

The number of permissions issued for tall buildings in the capital rose by 10 per cent last year to its highest-ever level, though the number of applications fell by over a quarter in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to an annual survey.

by Ellie Kahn
High rise construction site in King's Cross, London (Pic: Getty)
High rise construction site in King's Cross, London (Pic: Getty)

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