RITCHIE TOWER GETS APPEAL
Ian Ritchie Architects' tower cluster planned for a sensitive site near London's Tower Bridge is heading for a public inquiry.Developer behind the residential project Berkeley Homes has secured an appeal after Southwark council refused permission in April (AJ 4.9.03).Objectors to the scheme - which consists of a group of towers between 12 and 19 storeys on the Potters'Fields site neighbouring City Hall - included the City of London, English Heritage, the Historic Royal Palaces and local ...
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