Plans for a 102-m tower to be built in the Tivoli Gardens amusement park in central Copenhagen have been vetoed by a cross-party group of city councillors. Conservatives, liberals and members of the left-wing Red-Green Alliance in the city council argue that the planned ultra-modern high-rise hotel and apartment block designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster was not supported by their constituencies. The Tivoli landmark plans had the backing of Lord Mayor Ritt Bjerregaard. The 106-metre high bell tower on Copenhagen

Wanted in Europe
Wanted in Europe
Wanted in Europe, part of the Wanted Worldwide network, is a website in English for expatriates in Europe established in 2006. We cover Europe's news stories that may be of interest to English speaking residents along with tourists as well. Our publication also offers classifieds, photos, information on events, museums, churches, galleries, exhibits, fashion, food, and local travel.
Previous article Buy local Jersey products
Next article Jersey population increases.