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South-west tower gets thumbs-up

Planning approval has been given for a tower which designers say will be the tallest in South West England.

The £89 million mixed-use development in Plymouth city centre could be on site as early as the autumn, following approval by Plymouth City council last week.

Devington Homes’ Oceanique scheme was designed by the Plymouth-based Architects Design Group.

Oceanique, which includes a 31-storey tower, was originally approved last year but has been significantly revised in light of market conditions.

The centrepiece of the development will be a 109 metre (357 feet) curved tower that will transform Plymouth’s skyline.

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