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Old January 2nd, 2015, 12:56 PM   #12301
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London - 2015 Summary of Projects


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Summary of highrise projects currently under construction
100m and above


Newfoundland
220m

52 Lime Street
192m

One Blackfriars
163m

South Bank Tower
155m

Baltimore Tower
150m

360 London
149m

Providence Tower
136m

Saffron Square
134m

Two Fifty One
134m

One The Elephant
133m

Novotel Canary Wharf
124m

Chelsea Waterfront
122m

Lexicon
120m

Nine Elms Point
120m

SkyGardens Nine Elms
120m

Capital Towers
110m

Dollar Bay
109m

One Angel Court
101m




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Highrise Projects in London
100m and above





The Pinnacle
22-24 Bishopsgate, London EC3

Height: 288m | Floors: 63 | Architect: Kohn Pederson Fox | Developer: Union Investment Real Estate

Planning application: City of London 06/01123/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread | Official website |


  • 88,000m office space
  • Current status: On Hold





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Hertsmere Tower
2 Hertsmere Road, London E14

Height: 237m | Floors: 75 | Architect: Squire Architects | Developer: Greenland Group

Planning application: -

Links: London forum thread | Design consultation site


  • 700 residential units
  • Current status: Pre-planning





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Riverside South
Riverside South, Westferry Circus, London E14

Height: 236m and 189m | Floors: 45 and 37 | Architect: Richard Rogers | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/08/02249

Links: London forum thread | Canary Wharf development page


  • 165,727m office space
  • Current status: On Hold





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City Pride
15 Westferry Road, London E14

Height: 233m | Floors: 76 | Architect: Squire & Partners | Developer: Chalegrove Properties

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/12/03248

Links: London forum thread | Skyscrapernews listing


  • 822 residential units
  • 162 serviced apartments
  • Current status: Approved





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Quay House
2 Admirals Way, London E14

Height: 228m | Floors: 67 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: Investin

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/00990

Links: London forum thread


  • 498 residential units
  • Current status: Rejected





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Newfoundland
Land bounded by Park Place, Westferry Road & Heron Quay Road, London E14

Height: 220m | Floors: 60 | Architect: Horden Cherry Lee | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/13/1455

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 566 residential units
  • Current status: Site Preparation





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North Quay
North Quay, Aspen Way, London E14

Height: 216m/203m/120m | Floors: 44/38/18 | Architect: Cesar Pelli | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/03/00379

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 221,596m office space
  • Current status: Approved





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South Quay Plaza
183-189 Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 215m and 115m | Floors: 68 and 35 | Architect: Foster + Partners | Developer: Berkeley Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/00944

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 888 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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Alpha Square
50 Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 212m and 116m | Floors: 63 and 27 | Architect: Pilbrow & Partners | Developer: Far East Consortium International Ltd

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/03281

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 728 residential units
  • Current status: In Planning





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Wood Wharf
100 Preston's Road, London E14

Height: 204m/189m/173m/155m/123m/106m/92m/90m/89m | Architect: Various | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/13/02966

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 3,160 residential units
  • 180,000m office space
  • 35,000m retail space
  • Current status: Site Preparation





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One Nine Elms
1 Nine Elms Lane, London SW8

Height: 200m/161m Floors: 58/43 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: Dalian Wanda

Planning application: Wandsworth 2014/0871

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 187 hotel rooms
  • Current status: Site Demolition





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One Lansdowne Road
1 Lansdowne Road, Croydon CR9

Height: 199m | Floors: 55 fl | Architect: CZWG | Developer: Guildhouse-Rosepride

Planning application: Croydon 11/00631/p

Links: London forum thread |Official website


  • 397 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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52 Lime Street
52-54 Lime Street, London EC3

Height: 192m | Floors: 39 | Architect: Kohn Pederson Fox | Developer: W.R. Berkley

Planning application: City of London 14/00027/FULMAJ

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 37,564m office space
  • Current status: Under Construction





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30 Marsh Wall
30 Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 185m | Floors: 53 | Architect: 21st Architecture | Developer: Appleby Trust

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/13/03161

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 310 residential units
  • Current status: In Planning





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Arrowhead Quay
Arrowhead Quay, Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 183m/170m | Floors: 55/50 | Architect: Glen Howells Architects | Developer: Ballymore

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/12/03315

Links: London forum thread


  • 792 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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Meridian Gate
Meridian Gate, Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 182m | Floors: 54 | Architect: Make Architects | Developer: Meridian Property Holdings

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/01428

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 423 residential units
  • Current status: In Planning





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Morello Tower
Morello, Cherry Orchard Road, Croydon CR9

Height: 172m | Floors: 54 | Architect: Make Architects | Developer: Menta

Planning application: Croydon 11/00981/P

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 433 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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100 Bishopsgate
100 Bishopsgate, London EC3

Height: 172m | Floors: 40 | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: Great Portland Estates

Planning application: City of London 06/00796/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 73,000m office space
  • Current status: Site preparation





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New Covent Garden Market
New Covent Garden Market, Nine Elms Lane, London SW8

Height: 177m/151m/118m/100m/84m/80m/76m/74m/62m/59m/52m | Developer: VSM

Planning application: Wandsworth 2014/2810

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 3,019 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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New Bondway
69-71 Bondway, London SW8

Height: 168m | Floors: 50 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: McLaren Group

Planning application: Lambeth 14/00601/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 452 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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Vauxhall Square
Vauxhall Square, London SW8

Height: 168m/168m/87m/69m/53m/39m/37m | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: CLS

Planning application: Lambeth 11/04428/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 630 residential units
  • 22,732m office space
  • 3,119m retail space
  • Current status: Approved





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The Goodsyard London
Bishopsgate Goods Yard, Shoreditch High Street, London E1

Height: 166m/153m/130m/117m/74m | Developer: Hammerson and Ballymore Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/02011

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 1,400 residential units
  • 46,450m office space
  • Current status: In Planning





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One Blackfriars
1 Blackfriars Road, London SE1

Height: 163m | Floors: 52 | Architect: Ian Simpson Architects | Developer: Berkeley Group

Planning application: Southwark 06/AP/2117

Links: Forum thread | Official website


  • 274 residential units
  • Current status: Under construction





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Principal Tower
Principal Tower, Worship Street, London EC2

Height: 163m | Floors: 51 | Architect: Foster + Partners | Developer: Hammerson

Planning application: Hackney 2011/0698

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 245 residential units
  • Current status: Under Construction





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One Park Place
1 Park Place, London E14

Height: 162m | Floors: 32 | Architect: Squire & Partners | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/08/00598

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 124,785m floorspace
  • Current status: Site Preparation





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Bankside Quarter
Bankside SE1

Height: 161m/108m/94m/69m/58m/53m/57m | Architect: PLP Architecture | Developer: Carlyle Group

Planning application: Southwark 12/AP/3940

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 489 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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250 City Road
250 City Road, London EC1

Height: 155m/137m | Floors: 42/36 | Architect: Foster + Partners | Developer: Berkeley Homes

Planning application: Islington P2013/1089/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 955 homes
  • 5,700m office space
  • Current status: Site Demolition





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South Bank Tower
South Bank Tower, Stamford Street, London SE1

Height: 155m | Floors: 41 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: CIT

Planning application: Southwark 11/AP/1071

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 191 residential units
  • Current status: Topped Out





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40 Leadenhall Street
40 Leadenhall Street, London EC3

Height: 154m | Floors: 34 | Architect: Make Architects | Developer: Henderson Global Investors

Planning application: City of London 13/01004/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 82,903m office space
  • Current status: Approved





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225 Marsh Wall
225 Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 154m | Floors: 47 | Developer: The Angel Group

Planning application: -

Links: London forum thread


  • The tower has undergone a design change and height increase
  • Current status: Pre-Planning





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Baltimore Tower
6 Baltimore Wharf, London E14

Height: 150m | Floors: 45 | Architect: Skidmore Owings & Merrill | Developer: Ballymore Properties Ltd

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/08/00504

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 330 residential units
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Canada Water Project Sites C and E
Canada Water SE16

Height: 150m | Floors: 43

Links: London forum thread

  • Part of the Canada Water Masterplan
  • Current status: Pre-planning





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360 London
80 Newington Butts, London SE1

Height: 149m | Floors: 44 | Architect: Richard Rogers | Developer: Realstar

Planning application: Southwark 14/AP/2207

Links: London forum thread


  • 470 residential units
  • Current status: Under Construction





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10 Bank Street
10 Bank Street, London E14

Height: approx 147m | Floors: -- | Architect: -- | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Links: London forum thread

  • Current status: Pre-planning

Design subject to change:





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1 Bank Street
1 Bank Street, London E14

Height: 147m | Floors: 28 | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/02617

Links: London forum thread


  • Current status: In Planning





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Millharbour Village
2 & 3 Millharbour and 6, 7 & 8 South Quay, London E14

Height: 145m/142m/139m/126m/122m/122m/113m/102m/90m/87m | Architect: Studio Egret West and Hawkins\Brown | Developer: Galliard Developments

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/03195

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 1,500 residential units
  • Current status: In Planning





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Manhattan Loft Gardens
Plot N24, Zone 3, Stratford City, London E20

Height: 143m | Floors: 42 | Architect: SOM | Developer: Manhattan Loft Corporation

Planning application: London Legacy Development Corporation 10/90285/FUMODA

Links: London forum thread
| Official website

  • 248 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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Vauxhall Cross Island
Nine Elms SW8

Height: 141m and 115m | Floors: 41 and 31 | Architect: Squire and Partners | Developer: Wendover Investments

Links: London forum thread

  • Height reduction from the original design
  • Current status: Approved





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1 Merchant Square
Land At Harbet Road, London W2

Height: 140m | Floors: 42 | Architect: Robin Partington Architects | Developer: European Land and Property

Planning application: Westminster 10/09756/FULL

Links: London forum thread
| Official website

  • 222 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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Doon Street Tower
Land bounded by Upper Ground and Doon Street, London SE1

Height: 140m | Floors: 43 | Architect: Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands | Developer: Coin Street

Planning application: Lambeth 11/00996/FUL

Links: London forum thread


  • A low-rise element of this scheme is currently under construction
  • Current status: Approved





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Glengall Quay
Glengall Bridge, London E14

Height: 137m | Floors: 45 | Developer: Tameric

Planning application: -

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 450 residential units
  • Current status: Pre-Planning





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Providence Tower
Building D, New Providence Wharf, London E14

Height: 136m | Floors: 44 | Architect: SOM | Developer: Ballymore Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/04/01858

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • The pinnacle of the Providence Wharf cluster
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Heron Plaza
City of London EC3

Height: 135m | Floors: 43 | Architect: PLP Architecture | Developer: Heron International

Planning application: City of London 10/00152/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread


  • Luxury hotel to be operated by Four Seasons
  • Current status: Approved





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College Road
Croydon CR9

Height: 135m | Floors: 38 | Architect: Silver Star Properties | Developer: Darling Associates Architects

Planning application: Croydon 14/01603/P

Links: London forum thread


  • 161 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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Saffron Square
Croydon CR9

Height: 134m | Floors: 44 | Architect: Rolfe Judd | Developer: Berkeley Group

Links: London forum thread

  • The midrise phase of the development is already complete
  • Current status: Topped Out





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Two Fifty One
80-94 Newington Causeway, London SE1

Height: 134m | Floors: 41 | Architect: Allies & Morrison | Developer: Oakmayne

Planning application: Southwark 09/AP/0343

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 335 residential units
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Crown House
145 City Road, London EC1

Height: 134m | Floors: 39| Architect: Make | Developer: Rocket Investments ltd

Planning application: Hackney 2012/3259

Links: London forum thread


  • 302 residential units
  • Current status: Site Demolition





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20 Blackfriars Road
20 Blackfriars Road, London SE1

Height: 133m and 98m | Floors: 43 and 23 | Architect: Wilkinson Eyre | Developer: Circleplane

Planning application: Southwark 07/AP/0301

Links: London forum thread


  • 286 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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One The Elephant
Elephant and Castle SE1

Height: 133m | Floors: 37 | Architect: Squire and Partners | Developer: Lend Lease

Planning application: Southwark 12/AP/2239

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 284 residential units
  • Current status: Topped Out





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54 Marsh Wall
Isle of Dogs E14

Height: 130m and 98m | Floors: 39 and 28 | Architect: Rolfe Judd | Developer: Daejan Limited

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/02418

Links: London forum thread


  • 240 residential units
  • Current status: In Planning





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Keybridge House
80 South Lambeth Road, London SW8

Height: 128m | Floors: 36 | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: BT

Planning application: Lambeth 13/03935/OUT

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 379 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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Helix London
2 Trafalgar Way, London E14

Height: 127m/108m | Floors: 35/29 | Architect: Make | Developer: Essential Living

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/01771

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 397 residential units
  • Current status: Site Preparation





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Blackwall Reach
Blackwall Reach, London E14

Height: Various, up to 127m | Floors: Various | Architect: Various | Developer: Various

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/12/00001

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • Current status: Outline Planning





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Elizabeth House
39 York Road, London SE1

Height: 123m/53m | Floors: 29/10 | Architect: David Chipperfield Architects

Planning application: Lambeth 12/01327/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 142 residential units
  • 88,649 m office space
  • Current status: Approved





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Chelsea Waterfront
Lots Road Power Station, Lots Road, London SW10

Height: 122m & 85m | Floors: 37 & 25 | Architect: Farrells | Developer: Hutchinson Whampoa

Planning application: Kensington & Chelsea PP/13/04082

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 706 residential units
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Gateway Tower
135 Hammersmith Road, London W14

Height: 120m | Floors: 42 | Developer: Galliard

Planning application: -

Links: London forum thread


  • 410 residential units
  • Current status: Pre-Planning





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Lexicon
261 City Road, London EC1

Height: 120m | Floors: 36 | Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill | Developer: Mount Anvil

Planning application: Islington P041872

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 308 residential units
  • Current status: Topped Out





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SkyGardens Nine Elms
143-161 Wandsworth Road, London SW8

Height: 120m | Floors: 35 | Architect: Amin Taha Architects

Planning application: Lambeth 09/04322/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 239 residential units
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Novotel Canary Wharf
40 Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 124m | Floors: 39 | Architect: BUJ Architects | Developer: Accor

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/10/01049

Links: London forum thread


  • Current status: Under Construction





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Shell Centre Redevelopment
2-4 York Road, London SE1

Height: 124m/108m/102m | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Planning application: Lambeth 12/04708/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website

  • 7 separate buildings
  • 134,709m development
  • Current status: Approved





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Nine Elms Point
62 Wandsworth Road, London SW8

Height: 120m/90m/62m | Floors: 37/28/19 | Architect: Rolfe Judd | Developer: Sainsbury's

Planning application: Lambeth 11/02326/OUT

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 737 residential units
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Taberner House
Taberner House, Park Lane, Croydon CR9

Height: 120m | Floors: 32 | Architect: Make | Developer: Croydon Council Urban Regeneration Vehicle

Planning application: Croydon 2012/3871

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 420 residential units
  • Current status: Site Demolition





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12-20 Wyvil Road
12-20 Wyvil Road, London SW8

Height: 114m | Floors: 35 | Developer: K2 Property and Network Rail

Planning application: Lambeth 14/03701/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



  • 219 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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The Stage Shoreditch
Shoreditch E1

Height: 115m | Floors: 38 | Architect: Pringle Brandon Drew | Developer: Plough Yard Developments

Planning application: Hackney 2012/3871

Links: London forum thread


  • 385 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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The Ram Quarter
Ram Street, London SW18

Height: 113m | Floors: 35 | Architect: EPR Architects | Developer: Greenland Group

Planning application: Wandsworth 2012/5286

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 661 residential units
  • 10,683m commercial space
  • Status: Site Preparation





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Dollar Bay
1-18 Dollar Bay Court, London E14

Height: 109m | Floors: 32 | Architect: Ian Simpson Architects | Developer: Mount Anvil

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/11/01945

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 111 residential units
  • Current status: Under Construction





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The Quill
40 46 Weston Street, London SE1

Height: 110m | Floors: 31 | Architect: SPPARC Architecture | Developer: Investream

Planning application: Southwark 10-AP-2754

Links: London forum thread | Architect's project page


  • 119 residential units
  • Current status: Approved





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Capital Towers
2-12 Stratford High Street, London E15

Height: 110m and 55m | Floors: 35 and 15 | Developer: Galliard Homes

Planning application: Southwark 10/02291/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • 191 residential units
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Imperial West
80 Wood Lane, London W12

Height: 105m | Floors: 35 | Developer: Imperial College London

Planning application: Hammersmith and Fulham 2011/04016/COMB

Links: London forum thread
| Official website

  • Major new campus of Imperial College in west London
  • Current status: Approved





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One Angel Court
1 Angel Court, London EC2

Height: 101m | Floors: 24 | Architect: Fletcher Priest Architects | Developer: Mitsui Fudosan and Stanhope PLC

Planning application: City of London 10/00889/FULMAJ

Links: London forum thread | Official website


  • A redevelopment of the existing One Angel Court
  • Current status: Under Construction







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Large-scale projects
1 billion ($1.6bn) and above




Nine Elms
SW8 - Major new district

Project cost: 15 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website

  • Regeneration project composed of multiple large schemes
  • 16,000 homes
  • Current status: Under construction





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Crossrail
New rail line

Project cost: 15 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website

  • Crossrail is a 118km rail line linking east and west London
  • Crossrail is currently the largest engineering project in Europe

  • Current status: Under construction





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Crossrail 2
New rail line

Project cost: 10 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website

  • Crossrail 2 will link north-east with south-west London
  • Consultation currently ongoing on whether the scheme should be a metro or express service

  • Current status: Pre-planning





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Old Oak
NW10 - Major new district

Project cost: 10 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website

  • Regeneration project centred around a new transport hub at Old Oak
  • 19,000 homes
  • Current status: Pre-Planning





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Battersea Power Station
Nine Elms SW8

Project cost: 8 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • 39 acres
  • 3,400 new homes
  • 330,000m commercial space
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Earls Court
SW5 - New mixed use district

Project cost: 8 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • Includes the demolition of the Earls Court Arena
  • 7,500 homes
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Thameslink Programme
New/expanded rail line

Project cost: 6 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • Rail line linking the north and south of London
  • Includes the world's largest solar bridge at Blackfriars Station

  • Current status: Under construction





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Greenwich Peninsula
SE10 - New mixed use district

Project cost: 5 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • 190 acres
  • 10,000 new homes
  • 372,000m commercial and retail space
  • Current status: Under construction





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Brent Cross Cricklewood
Barnet - New mixed use district

Project cost: 4.5 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • 151 hectares
  • 7,500 homes
  • Current status: Approved





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Wembley Park
Wembley HA0 - New mixed use district

Project cost: 4.3 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • New district situated around Wembley Stadium
  • 4,300 homes
  • Current status: Under construction





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The Silvertown
Silvertown E16

Project cost: 3.5 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • 62 acre site
  • 3,000 homes
  • Current status: In Planning





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Chelsea Barracks
New residential development

Project cost: 3 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • New high-end residential development
  • The project has undergone several redesigns, in part due to Prince Charles's objection to modern architecture
  • Current status: Under Construction





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King's Cross Central
King's Cross N1C - New mixed use district

Project cost: 2.5 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • 67 acres
  • 2,000 new homes
  • 743,000m commercial and retail space
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Nova Victoria
Victoria SW1

Project cost: 2.2 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • 1,057,000 sq ft total space
  • 604,000 sq ft office space
  • 201,000 sq ft residential space
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Aylesbury Regeneration
Walworth SE17 - New residential district

Project cost: 2.3 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • Regeneration of the Aylesbury Estate
  • Current status: Under Construction





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London Paramount
New theme park

Project cost: 2 billion

Links: UK forum thread
  • Third largest theme park in the world
  • Located on Ebbsfleet Peninsula, Kent
  • Current status: Pre-planning





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Blackwall Reach
Blackwall E14 - New mixed use district

Project cost: 1.5 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • New mixed use district near Canary Wharf
  • The project involves the demolition of old housing estates before construction commences
  • Current status: Under construction





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Elephant Park
Elephant & Castle SE17 - Heygate Estate Regeneration

Project cost: 1.5 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • 170 acres
  • 5,300 new homes
  • 74,300m commercial and retail space
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Royal Arsenal Riverside
Woolwich SE18

Project cost: 1.5 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • 88 acres
  • 3,700 residential units
  • Current status: Under Construction





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The International Quarter
Stratford City E20

Project cost: 1.3 billion

Links: Official website
  • New commercial section of Stratford City
  • 4 million sq ft office space
  • Current status: Under Construction





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East Village
Stratford City E20 - new residential district

Project cost: 1.1 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • 48 modern apartment blocks
  • Will accommodate over 17,000 residents
  • Current status: Under Construction





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Kidbrooke Village
Kidbrooke SE3/SE9 - Ferrier Estate Regeneration

Project cost: 1.1 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • 270 acres
  • 4,398 residential units
  • 37,200m commercial and retail space
  • Current status: Under Construction





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ABP London
Royal Albert Dock E16

Project cost: 1 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • 35 acres
  • 450,000m floorspace
  • Current status: Approved





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Convoys Wharf
Deptford SE8

Project cost: 1 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website
  • The largest development site in the London Borough of Lewisham
  • Current status: Approved





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Northumberland Development Project
Tottenham N17

Project cost: 1 billion

Links: UK forum thread
  • 56,250 capacity
  • Home ground of Tottenham Hotspur football club
  • Current status: Site Preparation





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Westfield Croydon
Croydon CR0 - new Westfield mall

Project cost: 1 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website

  • 200,000m retail space
  • Current status: Approved





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Westfield London
White City W12 - 1bn expansion

Project cost: 1 billion

Links: London forum thread | Official website

  • 205,000m retail space
  • Current status: Approved








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Old January 2nd, 2015, 01:36 PM   #12303
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Why was Quay House rejected?

I can't believe how many cluster projects alone there are! Has anyone counted how many buildings above 100m there are currently U/C or Approved?
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Old January 2nd, 2015, 02:23 PM   #12304
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How many of these towers will start rising this year if given planning permission? . As well as the ones who already have been given planning permission? . SE9, what would this forum do without you. Amazing work as usual, bravo sir , bravo.
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Old January 2nd, 2015, 03:11 PM   #12305
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Literally going through that entire list with my mouth gaping wide open.

Some amazing projects going on in London - that skyline is going to look amazing. Think of the urban density!

Thanks very much for putting that together SE9
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Old January 2nd, 2015, 03:13 PM   #12306
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Okay, London is winning. Awesome projects!
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Old January 2nd, 2015, 03:24 PM   #12307
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There's someone who fiddles the figures to keep Paris's total ahead of London's. It's been going on for years. Pretty sad when you think about it!
Yes I noticed the Paris view count jumped 20,000 in 1 hour yesterday.

Very sad and pathetic that they feel they have to do this, shows how insecure some people feel about their own city.

Great work again SE9, brilliant updates, this is the best thread on the forum and always interesting coming on to see what is going on in London, incredible how much is going up right now.
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SE9, awesome overview
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Hey SE9, i know its not as glamorous as most of the projects you have published but there is another massive project that has been approved recently that deserves a place in your large scale infrastructure projects list...

Thames Tideway Tunnel - http://www.thamestidewaytunnel.co.uk/

Type - Urban wastewater infrastructure
Status - Planning consent approved
Construction Period - 2016 - 2023
Tunnel length - 25 km (16 mi)
Cost of construction - 4.2 billion (2012 capital cost est.)
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Yes I noticed the Paris view count jumped 20,000 in 1 hour yesterday.

Very sad and pathetic that they feel they have to do this, shows how insecure some people feel about their own city.

Great work again SE9, brilliant updates, this is the best thread on the forum and always interesting coming on to see what is going on in London, incredible how much is going up right now.
I am from Paris and I really don't feel jealous about London, in fact i'm pretty admirative...

But Paris have some great projects going on, but it is way harder to see them come to life, because of the adversity between administration and private investissement sector in France... It definitely doesn't seem to work that way in the UK...

On the other hand, I have to admit that some of the projects in London are trashing the historical 'ambiance' of the city (battersea power station to name only one), which I love.
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There's someone who fiddles the figures to keep Paris's total ahead of London's. It's been going on for years. Pretty sad when you think about it!
Seriously?

Wow. If so, as a matter of interest, how do you know and why don't the mods do something about it?
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I am from Paris and I really don't feel jealous about London, in fact i'm pretty admirative...

But Paris have some great projects going on, but it is way harder to see them come to life, because of the adversity between administration and private investissement sector in France... It definitely doesn't seem to work that way in the UK...

On the other hand, I have to admit that some of the projects in London are trashing the historical 'ambiance' of the city (battersea power station to name only one), which I love.
Both Paris and London are both great cities with different outlooks on how they see their city progressing in the future. The Battersea project isn't trashing it's historical value but preserving it and bringing it into modern use.
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Seriously?

Wow. If so, as a matter of interest, how do you know and why don't the mods do something about it?
Yes everyone knows it, about a year ago it jumped suddenly by 30,000 views and yesterday it suddenly jumped 20,000 views.

It is clear that more people visit the London thread, not suprising as there is more to view, but whenever the London thread approaches the highest view tally the Paris view count suddenly jumps by thousands.

Very sad really
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I am from Paris and I really don't feel jealous about London, in fact i'm pretty admirative...

But Paris have some great projects going on, but it is way harder to see them come to life, because of the adversity between administration and private investissement sector in France... It definitely doesn't seem to work that way in the UK...

On the other hand, I have to admit that some of the projects in London are trashing the historical 'ambiance' of the city (battersea power station to name only one), which I love.
Most of these projects are being built on unused 'brownfield' land. Huge amounts of central London are still all old-worldy; that is under no threat.
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Stellar work, SE9, as ever.
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I am from Paris and I really don't feel jealous about London, in fact i'm pretty admirative...

But Paris have some great projects going on, but it is way harder to see them come to life, because of the adversity between administration and private investissement sector in France... It definitely doesn't seem to work that way in the UK...

On the other hand, I have to admit that some of the projects in London are trashing the historical 'ambiance' of the city (battersea power station to name only one), which I love.
Going through that area on the train it looks like a wasteland. Glad something's finally happening (although it will mean I won't actually be able to see the Power Station from the train window).
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Exciting times for London, can't wait to see 52 Lime street and the Diamond Tower start to rise this year. Also looking forward to the Shell Centre development, much needed and such a vast site.

Also thank you SE9, brilliant and detailed work.
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Yes everyone knows it, about a year ago it jumped suddenly by 30,000 views and yesterday it suddenly jumped 20,000 views.

It is clear that more people visit the London thread, not suprising as there is more to view, but whenever the London thread approaches the highest view tally the Paris view count suddenly jumps by thousands.

Very sad really
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Ignore it, let's not start the London/Paris wars again.
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