Plans for ‘unsustainable’ Tulip Tower thrown out by minister

Plans for the proposed 305-metre 'Tulip' tower in London have been thrown out by the housing minister after finding the “vast quantities” of reinforced concrete required for the foundations to be “unsustainable”.

by Tess Colley
Housing minister, Christopher Pincher. Image: UK Parliament
Housing minister, Christopher Pincher. Image: UK Parliament

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