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Plans for a new 63-storey skyscraper for London's Canary Wharf were revealed by Londonbased architect DMWR this week.

The £200 million mixed-use tower, to be sited at the end of West India Quay, will create one million square feet of office, catering and retail space, with a hotel and rooftop restaurant. DMWR's Mark Weintraub said the 'slender structure'with its 'very delicate profile' responded to the docklands townscape. The project could begin on site next year if Tower Hamlets'planners and English Heritage give it their backing.

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