Foster + Partners’ London Tulip will likely get government approval and move ahead

It looks like the tug of war of approvals, blocks, and appeals for the Tulip, Foster + Partners’ skyscraping London observation tower, may soon be coming to an end. With a final decision from U.K. Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government Michael Gove scheduled to come before November 11, The Telegraph is reporting that Gove, despite his public misgivings against modernism and steel-and-concrete towers, will likely overrule an earlier veto and let the Tulip proceed.

First announced all the way back in 2018, it’s been a bumpy road to realization for what, if built, could become the tallest building north of the Thames and London’s second-tallest

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