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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.

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