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Getting high: How tall can skyscrapers get?

As a city with its fair share of skyscrapers, London is a prime candidate for future developments in architecture, especially as the London housing crisis continues to quietly rage on. Since the Natwest tower was built in 1980, the city skyline has slowly morphed to include taller and taller buildings. Despite not being the largest in the world, our skyscrapers make the average Londoner stop and think – how much bigger can they get? This month, that’s what we’re here to find out. The Race is On From 1930 to 1931, the world record for the tallest building was broken no…

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Fire safety scammers are targeting London: don’t get caught out!

Criminals are targeting vulnerable tower block residents in the wake of the Grenfell Tower and Shepherds Bush fires. The scammers are entering residential tower blocks posing as fire safety officers and convincing tenants to allow entry into individual flats to carry out bogus safety checks. The scammers are in fact looking for valuables within the flat. These individuals have been accused of taking advantage of the devastating Grenfell Tower fire in Kensington in which 80 people lost their lives, and are therefore wanted for questioning by the police. How to spot a fake council letter In many cases, residents have reported…

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