Sep 21View SourceCity planning chief Peter Wynne Rees appears in the Evening Standard’s annual Power 1000 of London’s most influential folk, unveiled tonight.
By 6.50pm on Tuesday, 116 folk had visited the church of St Katharine Cree on Leadenhall to inspect plans for a toastrack of towers.
These will be 500 feet high, and opposite the burial place of Samuel Pepys. A public exhibition is required by law. One lasting from noon to 7pm had been announced that morning.http://www.standard.co.uk/business/markets/property-a-city-planners-career-draws-to-a-close-8826263.html