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11/10/2018

Appeal: Inspector praises ‘human scale’ of 48-storey tower

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An inspector has approved plans for a 48-storey residential skyscraper on the Isle of Dogs that will provide 332 new homes, describing it as ‘a design of the highest architectural quality’ that would be ‘clearly articulated to human scale’.

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