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CABE is set to 'call in' 45-storey tower

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CABE is set to 'call in' this 45-storey tower, proposed by Stride Treglown for Bristol's Temple Gate area, for one of its future design review meetings. The Project 360degrees scheme, which will be one of the tallest buildings in Britain outside London, is intended to house a hotel, offices and luxury apartments. Stride Treglown divisional director Martin Pease was unfazed by jitters about tall buildings and said the £85 million, 150m-tall low-energy project is in a natural position at the crossroads of a rail and bus terminus at Temple Quay.

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