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Foster's design for London's tallest residential tower approved

Tower Hamlets Council has approved the design by Foster + Partners for London’s tallest residential tower

Called The Pride, after the City of Pride pub which it will replace, the 200m-tall tower will be located next to Canary Wharf and have 410 apartments and eight penthouses.

The firm was notified following a meeting by the planning committee yesterday evening (15 April).

The site is being developed by Irish firm Glenkerrin, the same developer behind Foster’s controversial Ealing Arcadia scheme in west London.

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