The world's only 'seven-star' hotel, the Burj Al Arab in Dubai, has launched
a legal battle to stop Millbay's lead developers, the English Cities Fund.
They claim concept designs for Millbay's iconic new tower resemble their
sail-shaped Dubai landmark.

The English Cities Fund and its architects RTKL are working on detailed
plans for Clyde Quay, which will be at the heart of Millbay and will offer the
opportunity for Plymouth's own top-quality hotel housed in an iconic
18-storey tower.
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Burj Al Arab in Dubai vs Clyde Quay
Nakheel, developer of The World cluster of man-made islands off Dubai,
has sold 35 plots this year reports Gulf News.
45 per cent of the 300 islands, which collectively resemble the shape of a
world map, have been purchased by individual investors and commercial
developers.
The latest deal was for the "Shanghai" island, bought by Chinese
businessman Bin Hu for $28 million.
Nakheel sells 35 properties of The World
San Alfonso del Mar resort in Chile, features the World's biggest pool ever.
One lap in the pool is 2 Km.
The pool uses up to 100 times less chemicals than a normal pool, and
traditional filters have been replaced by a "pulse-based disinfections
method."
San Alfonso del Mar resort pool
Federation Island is a 350-hectare artificial island in the shape of Russia to
be built off the Black Sea coast near the future Olympic venue Sochi, reports
AFP.
25,000 people in apartments and villas will occupy the luxury island set to be
completed in time for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, said its designer,
Dutch architect Erick van Egeraat.
It will have two marinas, three religious centres, roads, parkland and artificial
rivers, the latter designed to mimic some of the major rivers of Russia. Seen
at Luxist.com
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