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Battersea Power Station: new plans

Developers have reduced the height of the proposed development by 50m in the face of opposition from campaigners

The redevelopment, which includes a performing arts amphitheatre, features a glass chimney overlooking the London skyline, set be one of the tallest buildings in Europe.

Images released today identify the proposed changes to the Rafael Viñoly project – the central 'eco-tower' will be reduced in height from 300m to 250m.

Campaigners protesting about the plans warned the scheme could have a 'devastating impact' on the Houses of Parliament and Westminster UNESCO World Heritage site.

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