Westminster Council Approves Plans for UK Skyscraper
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Westminster Council Approves Plans for UK Skyscraper

20 Feb 2011

Westminster Council has given preliminary approval for the Cucumber, a 140m mixed-use tower in London, UK. The Cucumber will be developed by a joint venture between the Jarvis Family Trust Pearcroft and the Reuben brothers. Plans for the project include 222 apartments, a bou

Westminster Council has given preliminary approval for the Cucumber, a 140m mixed-use tower in London, UK.

The Cucumber will be developed by a joint venture between the Jarvis Family Trust Pearcroft and the Reuben brothers.

Plans for the project include 222 apartments, a boutique hotel with a terrace cafe, a roof-top bar with a 360° view, shops and a nursery.

The Cucumber is designed by UK-based architect Robin Partington, according to efinancialnews.com.

Final approval for the project is expected to be received later in 2011.