Tall building plans are key to city status, says Livingstone
London mayor Ken Livingstone has reinforced his commitment to constructing a series of tall buildings built in the capital by stressing that they will be 'essential' if London is to preserve its status as one of the three 'world cities', alongside New York and Tokyo.
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