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Building over rail infrastructure and terminus stations is helping to relieve the pressure of increasing city density in London. The idea of overbuilding has gained momentum in recent years. In London, where land values are high and there is pressure to increase city density, a number of significant projects are in progress or in the pipeline of planning and development. London has a history of developing over rail infrastructure and typically at rail terminus stations. Good examples from the ...
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