Wembley tower block scheme met with strong objections


A plan to build a number of tower blocks around Wembley Stadium in London in the UK has been met with strong objections from England’s Football Association (FA), reports the Evening Standard newspaper.

The plan, which property developer Quintain has costed at £2.5bn (US$3.6bn), will see office and apartment buildings spring up around the 90,000-seat stadium. National football bosses, however, have insisted that the development will lead to heavy delays for those entering and leaving the stadium, and could do irreparable reputational damage to Wembley Stadium.

May 13, 2016

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