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The Civil Aviation Authority has objected to Europe's tallest office block over fears it could be hit by planes. Plans for Bishopsgate Tower in the City of London may now be scaled down f rom 307 m, which is 72 m taller than Canada Tower on Canary Wharf. The tower, which was designed by architect KPF, is now being reviewed by the developer, German proper ty investor Difa.