Bury Street scheme rejected following Bevis Marks uproar

City of London

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Plans for a 49-storey, 200,000 sq ft office scheme on Bury Street in the City of London have been rejected following claims that the building would disrupt services at Bevis Marks, the UK’s oldest synagogue.

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