Towers must be stopped, London City Airport told

Ten proposed tall buildings in London's Docklands have been thrown into doubt after the Civil Aviation Authority moved to prevent London City Airport from supporting skyscrapers that penetrate the flight path. Planning applications for the towers have been held back because the CAA has clamped down on the airport's approach ...

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