Debate: Skyscrapers and how they'll affect London's future skyline

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Debate: Skyscrapers and how they'll affect London's future skyline

Next month the annual tall buildings survey will be released - highlighting the number set to be created in the capital.

For some they're a solution to the housing crisis, but for others they bring about an unwanted change to our landscape.

Peter Murray is the Chairman of New London Architecture - the firm behind the survey.

Barbara Weiss is from the Skyline Campaign - which opposes what it calls badly designed tall buildings in the wrong location.

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