Taller building on cards as 11-storey tower wins appeal
Architect Thinking Space has clinched planning permission for an 11-storey, £12 million tower in London (pictured) after winning an appeal against planners who said the building should be no taller than six storeys.And now, after discussion with the Greater London Authority, a 20-storey version on the same site is on the cards.
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