IN BRIEF: Height of proposed Crossharbour Tower reduced

The height of the proposed Crossharbour Tower in east London has been reduced following consultation on redevelopment plans for the 2.7ha London Arena site. Ballymore Properties has revised its mixed-use proposals and cut the tower by nine storeys to 42, which will make it 131m tall. The scheme includes more than 1,000 flats, offices, restaurants, a health club, hotel, and cycle and car parking. The changes follow discussions with local residents, the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, the Greater London Authority and the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment.

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