Prescott was advised against Vauxhall tower

John Prescott approved Broadway Malyan’s Vauxhall Tower in 2005.

Former deputy prime minister John Prescott gave planning permission for Broadway Malyan’s highly contentious 50-storey Vauxhall Tower in 2005, even though his advisers recommended he refuse it, claiming it would damage a world heritage site.

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