PLP: ‘We weren’t axed from Bishopsgate Goodsyard’

Bishopsgate Goodsyard proposals

Architect insists decision was mutual as developer ditches controversial towers

PLP has denied it was axed from the controversial Bishopsgate Goodsyard scheme on Shoreditch’s City fringe, saying it walked away because of opposition from the local authority.

The controversial 46-storey towers it designed have been dropped from the new scheme, it emerged today, and the architect confirmed it is no longer involved in the £900m project.

But a spokesman for PLP insisted this was the practice’s own decision.

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