Chinese provinces fall into line on super tall buildings ban, even when they have no plans to build any

//Chinese provinces fall into line on super tall buildings ban, even when they have no plans to build any

Chinese provinces fall into line on super tall buildings ban, even when they have no plans to build any

A province in northeast China is the latest to fall into line with a central government directive to curb the country’s craze for super tall buildings.Heilongjiang, where the tallest building is the 270-metre (886ft) Tower 1 of the R&F Centre in Harbin, has vowed not to allow the construction of buildings taller than 500 metres – not that any were planned in the province.It also echoed other measures in the central government directive issued in April, saying it would strictly control the…

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