Is London's first Timber Tower on the horizon?

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Is London's first Timber Tower on the horizon?

Britain's first wooden skyscraper could be under construction in the capital in the near future. Scientists at Cambridge University have unveiled plans for a Timber Tower - in the City of London that's 300 metres high. So how close - and viable is the plan? Kevin Flanagan, of PLP Architecture, one of the firms behind the plans, explains.

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