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Columnist Simon Jenkins has made an anti-tower presentation to a public meeting at the Greater London Assembly. According to the chair of the transport policy and spatial development policy committee, Lynne Featherstone, Jenkins said tall buildings 'destroy communities, create hostile environments and London should be protected from them'. Featherstone wants to hear architects next in the run-up to the publication of the Spatial Development Strategy for the capital.

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