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FOA wins green light for huge City of London scheme

Foreign Office Architects (FOA) has won the go-ahead from planners for its mixed-use Trinity.EC3 scheme in the heart of the City of London.

The huddle of three crystal-like buildings, ranging in height from 12 to 22 storeys, is for developer Beetham.

The mixed-use scheme – which is scheduled for completion in 2014 – will also feature a public roof garden, an all-weather public plaza and a new community centre for the City of London’s Mansell Street Estate.

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