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Baltic slams 'gherkin'

Baltic Exchange chief executive Jim Buckley last week attacked the environmental impact assessment (EIA) report into the £150 million Foster and Partnersdesigned tower for Swiss Re as 'deficient' and called for the planning application to be rejected. He wants it axed for establishing 'a dangerous and unwelcome precedent in the City.'

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