the city planning committee in Stockholm has given the green light for the contentious construction of the skyscrapers Tellus Towers.

the Buildings, according to plans, would be northern Europe's tallest residential building, to accommodate the 1,500 homes.

Byggplanerna has been marred by problems.

First, set the armed Forces a stop to the building when they feared that the planned 240 metres high, the house would cause interference on the defence technical systems.

Then there was this council's objections at the location at Telefonplan in southern Stockholm, and suggested that it would be built in Kista in the northern part of the city.

the Building was designed, which resulted in the two towers instead of one, and moved closer to the metro.

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