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Old April 11th, 2012, 12:41 PM   #3661
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Projects built in London are a fracture of the size of those built in NY. NY has a lot more on the boards.
i think crossrail alone is bigger and costlier than any project happening in nyc.

on top of that plenty of highrises, skyscrapers, stations, residential apartments, stadia and a massive olympic park etc are also u/c in london.

i reckon even toronto is ahead of new york in terms of new construction

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We have recently secured works at Velocity a 10,000 m² new build office space situated on the historic racetrack site at Brooklands, Surrey. The project is being constructed by main contractor Volker Fitzpatrick and comprises of 2 connected five storey office buildings with associated car parking and landscaping.

Our remit includes the provision of five singles and eight twin mastclimbers on 13 different positions to sub-contractor Fleetwood Architectural Aluminium.
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Projects built in London are a fracture of the size of those built in NY. NY has a lot more on the boards.
I'm from neither London or New York but from what i've seen London is producing many more developments.

Although New York is still supreme with towers, London still builds the same size footage buildings but on a lower floor count.
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Projects built in London are a fracture of the size of those built in NY. NY has a lot more on the boards.

Lol.... no... just no.
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Old April 11th, 2012, 09:13 PM   #3666
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Old April 11th, 2012, 10:49 PM   #3668
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Up-to-date list of the tallest buildings in London.

List of tallest skyscraper by height. If it is anything but a skyscraper, i.e. radio mast, sculpture, religious building ect.. it is not counted. All figures are taken from Roof height unless there is an architectural spire as part of the building design. In these cases the Spire height is taken as the official height. Antenna height does not count as the official height of the building, though I have listed any examples.

Supertalls: (combined height total = 309 meters)

The Shard (309 meters Spire height. 304 meters Roof height)

Skyscrapers meters 200+ (combined height total = 865 meters)

One Canada Square (235 meters)
Heron Tower (230 meters Spire height. 202 meters roof height)
HSBC Building (200 meters)
Citi Group Building (200 meters)

Skyscrapers 150 meters + (combined height total = 1318 meters)

Tower 42 (183 meters)
30 St Mary Axe "The Gherkin” (180 meters)
BT Tower (177 meters roof height. 189 meters antenna height)
Broadgate Tower (165 meters)
One Churchill Place (156 meters)
25 Bank Street (153 meters)
40 Bank Street (153 meters)
10 Upper Bank Street (151 meters)

Skyscrapers 100 metes + (combined height total = 3164 meters)

Pan Peninsular East Tower (147 meters)
Strata (147 meters)
Guy’s Hospital Tower (143 meters)
22 Marsh Wall (140 meters)
CityPoint (127 meters)
Willis Building (125 meters)
Euston Tower (124 meters)
Cromwell Tower (123 meters)
Lauderdale Tower (123 meters)
Shakespeare Tower (123 meters)
Pan Peninsular West Tower (122 meters)
Millbank Tower (119 meters)
Aviva Tower (118 meters)
Centre Point (117 meters)
Empress State Building (117 meters)
King’s Reach Tower (108 meters)
1 West India Quay (108 meters)
Shell Centre (107 meters)
33 Canada Square (105 meters)
100 Middlesex Street “Nido” (105 meters)
Pioneer Point North (105 meters)
99 Bishopsgate (104 meters)
Ontario Tower (104 meters)
Portland House (101 meters)
London Hilton on Park Lane (101 meters)
Royal Hospital Tower 2 (101 meters)
Stock Exchange Tower (100 meters)

London by total Skyscraper height = 5656 meters
Total number of skyscrapers = 39




The same list but including buildings under construction that have yet to be topped out. Not including on hold projects.


Supertalls: (combined height total = 309 meters)

The Shard (309 meters Spire height. 304 meters Roof height)

Skyscrapers meters 200+ (combined height total = 1090 meters)

One Canada Square (235 meters)
Heron Tower (230 meters Spire height. 202 meters roof height)
The Leadenhall Building (225 meters)
HSBC Building (200 meters)
Citi Group Building (200 meters)

Skyscrapers 150 meters + (combined height total = 1659 meters)

Tower 42 (183 meters)
St George’s Wharf Tower (181 meters)
30 St Mary Axe "The Gherkin” (180 meters)
BT Tower (177 meters roof height. 189 meters antenna height)
Broadgate Tower (165 meters)
20 Fenchurch Street (160 meters)
One Churchill Place (156 meters)
25 Bank Street (153 meters)
40 Bank Street (153 meters)
10 Upper Bank Street (151 meters)

Skyscrapers 100 metes + (combined height total = 3533 meters)

Pan Peninsular East Tower (147 meters)
Strata (147 meters)
Guy’s Hospital Tower (143 meters)
22 Marsh Wall (140 meters)
150 High Street Stratford (133 meters)
CityPoint (127 meters)
Willis Building (125 meters)
25 Churchill Place (124 meters)
Euston Tower (124 meters)
Cromwell Tower (123 meters)
Lauderdale Tower (123 meters)
Shakespeare Tower (123 meters)
Pan Peninsular West Tower (122 meters)
Millbank Tower (119 meters)
Aviva Tower (118 meters)
Centre Point (117 meters)
Empress State Building (117 meters)
The Heron (112 meters)
King’s Reach Tower (108 meters)
1 West India Quay (108 meters)
Shell Centre (107 meters)
33 Canada Square (105 meters)
100 Middlesex Street “Nido” (105 meters)
Pioneer Point North (105 meters)
99 Bishopsgate (104 meters)
Ontario Tower (104 meters)
Portland House (101 meters)
London Hilton on Park Lane (101 meters)
Royal Hospital Tower 2 (101 meters)
Stock Exchange Tower (100 meters)

London by total Skyscraper height = 6591 meters

Total number of Skyscrapers = 45




The same list but including all current structures built and under construction. Not including on hold projects.


Supertalls: (combined height total = 309 meters)

The Shard (309 meters Spire height. 304 meters Roof height)

Structures meters 200+ (combined height total = 1309 meters)

One Canada Square (235 meters)
Heron Tower (230 meters Spire height. 202 meters roof height)
The Leadenhall Building (225 meters)
Crystal Palace Transmitter (219 meters)
HSBC Building (200 meters)
Citi Group Building (200 meters)

Skyscrapers 150 meters + (combined height total = 1812 meters)

Tower 42 (183 meters)
St George’s Wharf Tower (181 meters)
30 St Mary Axe "The Gherkin” (180 meters)
BT Tower (177 meters roof height. 189 meters antenna height)
Broadgate Tower (165 meters)
20 Fenchurch Street (160 meters)
One Churchill Place (156 meters)
Croydon Transmitter (153 meters)
25 Bank Street (153 meters)
40 Bank Street (153 meters)
10 Upper Bank Street (151 meters)

Skyscrapers 100 metes + (combined height total = 4442 meters)

Pan Peninsular East Tower (147 meters)
Strata (147 meters)
Guy’s Hospital Tower (143 meters)
22 Marsh Wall (140 meters)
The London Eye (135 meters)
Wembley Stadium (133 meters)

150 High Street Stratford (133 meters)
CityPoint (127 meters)
Willis Building (125 meters)
25 Churchill Place (124 meters)
Euston Tower (124 meters)
Cromwell Tower (123 meters)
Lauderdale Tower (123 meters)
Shakespeare Tower (123 meters)
Pan Peninsular West Tower (122 meters)
Millbank Tower (119 meters)
Aviva Tower (118 meters)
Centre Point (117 meters)
Empress State Building (117 meters)
ArcelorMittal Orbit (115 meters)
Battersea Power Station (113 meters)

The Heron (112 meters)
St Paul’s Cathedral (111 meters)
King’s Reach Tower (108 meters)
1 West India Quay (108 meters)
Shell Centre (107 meters)
33 Canada Square (105 meters)
100 Middlesex Street “Nido” (105 meters)
Pioneer Point North (105 meters)
99 Bishopsgate (104 meters)
Ontario Tower (104 meters)
Victoria Tower (102 meters)
Portland House (101 meters)
London Hilton on Park Lane (101 meters)
Royal Hospital Tower 2 (101 meters)
Stock Exchange Tower (100 meters)
Edmonton Refuse Incinerator (100 meters) -Chimney
South East London Combined Heat and Power Plant "SELCHP" (100 meters) -Chimney


London by total structural height = 7872 meters

Total number of buildings and structures over 100 meters tall = 55


If I have missed anything let me know, I'll update the list.
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i am very impressed by the amount of tall buildings in london, but imagine how good it would look if they were all built together at the same location.

the list would be doubled if you include the proposed and on hold skyscrapers as well

well done and thank you very much, corerising
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Old April 11th, 2012, 11:53 PM   #3670
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great, next time when i go to london i will try to visit croydon to explore some mega projects there
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And hopefully some new construction will carry on in Stratford.
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Eric Pickles opens capital’s latest energy efficient homes

Communities Secretary Eric Pickles visited Barking Riverside to open a show home in what developers boast is the latest energy efficient housing scheme in the capital.

The show home – part of the London Thames Gateway Development Corporation’s Meadowland development – forms part of one the largest housing developments in London. Larger than the homes on the Olympic Park, Barking Riverside will deliver 4,000 houses in the first phase of the 10,000 home scheme.

Constructed with a built timber frame insulated panel system, with window and door already installed has ensured high levels of air tightness in the Meadowland homes. The panel design and installation has the potential to yield a 42% reduction in energy consumption.

High performance photo voltaic solar cells have been installed on the roof of the new homes and fully integrated with the mains electricity supply to enable mains feedback. The use of photo voltaic cells could see a 20% reduction in electricity consumption.

Provisions have also been made in house design for connection to a future local heat network and meet the expected demand for ‘waste heat’ from the neighbouring Barking power station. And with design integrating modern housing and ‘green’ technologies – including living roofs and rainwater harvesting – the homes meet exceptionally high sustainability standards (Code level 4).

A joint venture between Bellway Homes and the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) Barking Riverside is one of the largest brown field regeneration projects in Europe drawing on £180 million of public funding to deliver a new community along a 2 kilometre stretch of the Thames. Working together with the London Thames Gateway Development Corporation and Southern Housing Group Barking Riverside has already delivered a new neighbourhood centre and a new three form George Carey Primary School with plans in place for a new secondary school.

In total some 1500 new jobs and 10,800 new homes will be created.

Joining Mr Pickles a Barking Riverside was Bob Lane LTGDC Chairman, Dale Meredith Development Director at Southern Housing Group along with new Barking Riverside resident Sarah Auma Okungu.

Mr Lane said:

‘We’ve strived to make the most energy efficient homes in the heart of the most green and sustainable development in London. With Meadowland homes at Barking Riverside over 25% larger than any other 3 or four bedroom homes on the market and with fantastic features we’ve achieved the highest sustainability standards without compromising on both comfort and design.’

Dale Meredith said:

“Southern Housing Group is creating vital affordable housing at Barking Riverside, which is making a real difference to London families.

“Built to some of the latest sustainable development standards, our homes are helping families such as Mrs Auma’s to live in comfortable and environmentally responsible homes. Their sustainable credentials will have both an immediate and long term impact on affordability, particularly in a climate of rising energy and household costs.”

Simon Underwood, residential director for International consultancy and construction company Mace, said:

“Supplying a modern method of construction was essential for Mace’s delivery of the high sustainability levels outlined in the planning permissions of the project. A combination of innovative solutions and focus on value for money ensured the London Thames Gateway Development residential units were of a high standard, in keeping with today’s economic climate and a significant addition to some of the country most progressive eco-developments.”

About London Thames Gateway Development Corporation:

LTGDC is the government’s lead regeneration agency for the Lower Lea Valley and London Riverside, two areas of east London with the greatest potential for growth.

Mace is an international consultancy and construction company with a projected £925m turnover in 2011, employing 3,300 people and operating across over 65 countries. Mace’s core business is programme and project management, cost consultancy, construction delivery and facilities management. It is truly multi-disciplinary with services spanning the entire property and infrastructure lifecycle. For more information visit: macegroup.com

As main contractor, Mace is working with Barking Riverside Limited (a JV between the HCA and Bellway Homes), Southern Housing Group and London Thames Gateway Development Corporation to be plot developer for one of the first phases of the development.
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Szerelmey scale the heights on Apex Hotel project

Szerelmey, the stonework contractor scores maximum points with Tolent Construction. " In our quality appraisal of the 37 sub-contractors on this project, Szerelmey scored the maximum points in all of the five categories" (Ivan Hodgson, Senior Project Manager, Tolent Construction)

Szerelmey have recently completed a multi faceted stonework package for Tolent (Southern) at the Apex Temple Court Hotel in Serjeants Inn. The project was a reconfiguration of a Grade 1 listed building adjoining an office block in the Inner Temple Conservation Area just off Fleet Street in London. The contract was challenging not only because of the heritage complexities but also due to the surrounding offices being occupied by some of the best lawyers in the UK.

The splendid courtyard that now welcomes vehicles to the rear of the hotel was a tarmac car park and to add a further complication, it was actually a roof over the offices underneath. Szerelmey were asked to design the new stonework so that it matched the existing detail, colour and texture of the original stonework facing the hotel rear entrance. Access for emergency service vehicles could only be gained by raising the left archway. This however would destroy the building stone line so the obvious answer was to lower the courtyard level. Tolent carried out structural work and Mark Walden, Szerelmey's senior design manager, worked with Ivan Hodgson of Tolent and Graham Currie of Ian Springford Architects to work out the most intricate design details. Red brick arches were taken down and a replacement stone arch to replicate the existing band detail was constructed. The original stonework was sympathetically cleaned by Szerelmey's stone restoration team and Portland Roach and Portland Basebed Stone from Albion Stone were recommended by Szerelmey to match. Having access to such experienced design personnel and the Szerelmey supply chain was integral in combining the multi faceted aspect of this project, involving hard landscaping, restoration and new-build stonework. The advantages of one specialist contractor carrying out the work under one project manager (Kyle Wombwell) were apparent throughout the whole process.

Such is the standard of the work that only a few weeks after completion it is almost impossible to see the join between the new stonework and the existing. Given a few years the new stonework will mellow further and even the stone cladding in the central section will merge into its surroundings. Both the front facade and the rear of the building required cleaning and restoring with brick arches being cut out by the specialist teams and replaced with stonework. Any guests entering the rear entrance of the hotel will have no idea of the complexity of this project or that the hard landscaping in the courtyard, consisting of granite stone setts and Portland Whitbed feature stone paving, is technically a roof terrace. Whist there were plenty of potential problems it is widely acknowledged by the main contractors and architects that Mark Walden and his design team overcame them on the design table, rather than the far costlier option of the building site.

This is not the first project where Tolent Construction, Ian Springford Architects and Szerelmey have worked together for the Apex Group and we are sure there will be many more to come. Obviously having a ready-made team in place for a project of this complexity paid dividends for all concerned. As for the lawyers, not only did they not issue any writs, they congratulated Ivan at Tolent on achieving all of this with an absolute minimum of disruption.
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Hackney Wick to be the focus of new creative business growth

Securing Hackney Wick’s future as the new focus for east London’s creative business growth is the ambition behind development plans to transform a 1.6 acre site to deliver over 6,000 square metres of affordable and flexible workspace and 130 residential units in a new work live scheme which gained a planning approval today.

Led by the London Thames Gateway Development Corporation (LTGDC) the £45 million scheme for a high tech hub will see a ratcheting up of the range and quality of business accommodation building on the existing cluster of creative industries in Hackney Wick along with those industries struggling to establish a foot hole in high value Shoreditch and Hoxton.

And allied with plans already put in place by LTGDC with TfL and Network Rail for significant improvements to Hackney Wick Station along with super fast broadband connections, the combined effect will heighten the attractiveness of the area as a viable business location.

The consented plans provide for a range of workspace sizes and types including rent-a-desk options, shared incubator space and larger units for growing businesses. This mix of provision is vital for creating a vibrant employment hub capable of supporting continued economic growth and investment in Hackney Wick.

1,596 sq m of retail for a convenience store, cafes, bars and restaurants, 1,820 sq m of public open space, and 130 residential units providing a mix of studios one, two and three bed apartments add to the creation of a new vibrant area for Hackney Wick.

The creative industries remain a strong and dynamic component of London’s economy, accounting for one new job in every 12 created [1]. The prospects for creative industry growth in Hackney Wick received strong endorsement. Research by the Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy cited the spotlight of the London 2012 Olympic Games, the presence of the IBC/MPC and its lure to high end media companies to locate and improving access to the area by road and train.

Steve Oakes, LTGDC’s Development Director said:

‘Tech City shouldn’t stop at Shoreditch. We are providing the foundations for it to continue to spread eastwards through to Hackney Wick. Already home to over 600 cultural and creative industry with a range of businesses aligning well with hi tech concerns, Hackney Wick is a ready-made creative and cultural industries cluster. Sitting between Shoreditch and the IBC/MPC in the Olympic Park there is a natural gradient for creative industry growth to happen here.

‘Our plans will provide the supporting infrastructure of good transport access, excellent public space and will speed the successful transition of the area into a new district hub with great character and a work/live vibrancy. It will be the benchmark for further development emerging in Hackney Wick.’

Speaking about the next stage in the development Steve Oakes said:

‘The critical next stage is to procure a developer partnership led by a workspace operator and provider who can bring the expertise and specialist skills which will be essential in ensuring that the final space provision, size, rental terms and services meet the business requirement. There are real experts in this area, with sound, well funded, viable business models. The workspace operator coupled with a residential partner will ensure the right scheme is delivered.’
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1. The International Quarter
371,600 sq m | Proposed
Lend Lease and London Continental Railways
www.lendlease.com


2. Olympic Park
2,023,428 sq m | Near completion
Olympic Delivery Authority
www.oda.gov.uk


3. Wood Wharf
454,000 sq m of commercial space plus 1668 residential units | Proposed
British Waterways, Canary Wharf Group, Ballymore
www.woodwharf.com


4. Stratford City
176,515 sq m | Shopping centre near completion
Westfield
http://uk.westfield.com/stratfordcity/


5. The Royals
250 hectares of brownfield land, | Expressions of interest received
London Development Agency, LB Newham, Private
www.lda.gov.uk


6. Minoco Wharf
363,000 sq m, residential led and local retail centre | Proposed
Ballymore
www.ballymore.co.uk


7. University Square – Stratford
8,600 sq m | Construction to start summer 2011
Birkbeck, University of London and University of East London
www.universitysquarestratford.ac.uk


8. Canning Town and Custom House
1,100,000 sq m, residential plus new town centre | First two residential areas commenced
Bouygues Developments, English City Fund, Countryside Properties


9. Greenwich Peninsula
769,000 sq m | Near completion
Lend Lease and Quintain Estates and Development PLC
www.greenwichpeninsula.co.uk


10. London Sustainable Industries Park
250,000 sq m | Planning Permission
LTGDC
www.londonsip.com


11. Beam Reach 5
92,000 sq m, retail distribution centre plus industrial and storage units | Distribution centre under Construction
Tesco


12. Barking Riverside
607,000 sqm | Initial residential plots plus primary school under construction
Barking Riverside Ltd, HCA, Bellway, LTGDC
www.barkingriverside.co.uk


13. District Centre Bromley by Bow
56,655 sq m with new supermarket, primary school, library, residential | Planning permission
Tesco
http://tescoinbromley-by-bow.com


14. Leamouth North
185,000 sq m, including 1700 residential units | Construction to start autumn 2011
www.ballymore.co.uk






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