As London's population grows, many organizations around the city advocate removing the “protected views” system instituted in the 1930s — to allow more high-rises to be built, reports The Times and the Daily Mail. Analysis from NBBJ shows that loosening the restrictions could pave the way for 100,000 new homes, while still protecting views of cherished landmarks.
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