Foster + Partners' Tulip Tower Gets Rejected by UK Government

Published Nov 12 2021 at 11:00 AM GMT
  • The UK government announced yesterday that planning approval will not be granted for Foster+Partners' Tulip tower.
  • The decision letter published on behalf of the UK's housing secretary cites concerns over the design's embodied carbon and the possible negative impact on the surrounding architectural heritage.
  • First revealed in 2018, the 305-metre tower would have become the tallest building in London's financial district.



  • Published Nov 12, 2021 11:00 AM GMT