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Locals come out against PRP's East London tower

PRP Architects’ proposed £75 million redevelopment of Queens Market in East London is at the centre of a bitter battle between local residents and the Mayor’s office.

The Upton Park scheme, backed by St Modwen Developments, features a 31-storey tower, providing one- and two-bedroom apartments, and will completely replace the existing market.

Local campaign group Friends of Queens Market (FQM) claims the project goes against Mayor Boris Johnson’s promise to block ‘inappropriate’ towers in London’s suburbs.

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