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The inspector for the Heron Tower Inquiry will submit his report at the end of April. Secretary of state Stephen Byers is expected to reach his decision by the summer. The inquiry was called after English Heritage opposed plans for Kohn Pederson Fox's 222m tower at Bishopsgate in the City of London.

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