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The Independent: "London's glittering spires: Nearly 250 high-rise developments planned for the capital"

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"... Peter Murray, the director of the NLA, has suggested that the reason for influx in new tall buildings is due to pressures on the Greater London Assembly and local authorities to deliver more housing.

When Boris Johnson announced his revising housing plans last year, the London mayor suggested that the capital would need 42,000 new houses every year.

Speaking to The Guardian, Murray compared the situation to the building boom of the 1960s, saying that, just like then:
"When we had to build a whole lot of houses, we are going to go higher than I think a lot of people in London had imagined."

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