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CABE says it is 'extremely unlikely' it will give evidence at the public inquiry into Renzo Piano's £350 million London Bridge Tower, citing the architect's failure to respond to recommendations in its design review of the 306m skyscraper. A spokesman said: 'We are still concerned about aspects of the project's design.' CABE also said the cost of appearing at public hearings made giving evidence almost prohibitively expensive.

However, English Heritage London region director Philip Davies was 'delighted' the tower had been called in.He said: 'We will be giving evidence, and we will be surprised if CABE did not turn up, considering how strongly it backed Heron Tower.'

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