Architecture survey finds rising costs set to put brakes on London high-rise projects

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Rising building costs are expected to slow the construction of high-rise developments in London in the coming years, according to the findings of the New London Architecture (NLA) London Tall Buildings Survey, in partnership with Knight Frank.

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