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Old December 31st, 2015, 02:10 AM   #16681
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Tate Modern Project | Bankside SE1

London forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=377117

Official website: http://www.tate.org.uk/about/project...modern-project



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  • Extension to the world's most visited gallery of modern art
  • London borough: Southwark
  • Architect: Herzog & de Meuron
  • Cost: £215 million ($330m)
  • Height: 65m
  • Floors: 11



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Old December 31st, 2015, 02:57 AM   #16682
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Canaletto is proceeding greatly. Though I hoped for a bit more "shiny" facade panels, well let's wait. What are they made of, aluminium?
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Southbank Place | South Bank SE1

London forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...627784&page=12

Official website: http://southbank-place.com/


Project facts
  • Address: Shell Centre, London SE1 7NA
  • London borough: Lambeth
  • Developer: Braeburn Estates Limited Partnership
  • Architects : Stanton Williams , Squire & Partners , Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Patel Taylor and GRID Architects
  • Height: 126 | 109 | 104m
  • Floors: 37 | 32 | 30



Demoltion progression at Southbank Place

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Old December 31st, 2015, 07:08 PM   #16684
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Four Pancras Square | Kings Cross N1C

London forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=505188

Official website: https://www.kingscross.co.uk/four-pancras-square/


Project facts
  • Address: 4 Pancras Square , London N1C
  • London borough: Camden
  • Developer: Argent Group
  • Architect: Eric Parry Architects
  • Floors: 10
  • Floorspace: 170,000sq ft
  • Occupant: Universal Music



Four Pancras Square as viewed from Central St Martins and Granary Square in the foreground.

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Old December 31st, 2015, 07:16 PM   #16685
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Mahatma Gandhi House | Wembley HA9

London forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...#post128605359

Official website: TBC


Project facts
  • Address: 34 Wembley Hill Road, Wembley, HA9 8AD
  • London borough: Brent
  • Developer: Red Vale Development Limited
  • Architect: CZWG
  • Height: 117 | 93m AOD
  • Floors: 21 | 10
  • Residental Units: 202



Plans have been submitted to the London borough of Brent for the redevelopment of Mahatma Gandhi House. Planning application can be viewed here.
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Old January 1st, 2016, 05:20 AM   #16686
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Happy New Year!

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Old January 1st, 2016, 05:24 AM   #16687
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Happy new year! I'm just back from the West End, fantastic display as always.
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Old January 1st, 2016, 05:41 AM   #16688
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Canaletto is proceeding greatly. Though I hoped for a bit more "shiny" facade panels, well let's wait. What are they made of, aluminium?
Yep, PPC aluminium.
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Old January 1st, 2016, 02:00 PM   #16689
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Happy new year! I'm just back from the West End, fantastic display as always.
Thank you SE9; best wishes to you and all subscribers. May the good work continue.

May I propose a resolution for 2016, that we tone down the debate on the design qualities of the London skyline which I believe is completely misplaced? Our skyline is not designed, it evolves through a complex mix of market driven initiatives by the development industry against the background of a public policy framework which has accumulated over generations and which even specialists find it hard to fully comprehend. There is, and there never has been, a master urban designer in charge of all this. When clusters of high buildings create a pleasing effect it is usually from a limited number of viewpoints and more by luck than judgement.

With the possible exception of the great 18th century aristocratic estates and some Edwardian attempts at an imperial aesthetic almost nothing you see as you wander the streets of London is the result of a conscious effort at urban design. And long may it remain so. This is the character of our great city and partly explains its constant ability to surprise and inspire. Those looking for urban design in the grand, or any other, manner can tour the comparatively dull and boring boulevards of Paris and Washington DC or the tailored suburbia of Milton Keynes.
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Old January 1st, 2016, 02:46 PM   #16690
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^ no city vs city discussions would be an even better resolution.

Happy new year all!
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Old January 1st, 2016, 03:16 PM   #16691
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I spent New Year's Eve, from lunch to dusk, in the Tower of London and the City, with my daughter.

The thing about London's skyline is that it's beauty, or lack of, depends entirely on your viewpoint. Emerging from the Tower, at traitor's gate, with Tower Bridge on your left and the glittering shard on the right, all lit up on a clear winter twilight, and London looks more beautiful than any city on earth - the combination of 1000 year old Norman fortress, medieval walls, Victorian gothic bridge and shimmering, 21st century skyscraper is just mind blowing. Unequalled. No other city can ever match this.

But look behind and there's the bloody walkie talkie, like a swaying, drunken bully hovering awkwardly at the edge of a party, then the inelegant clustering of the main skyscrapers, even though the gherkin and the cheesegrater are individually lovely.

I think the scalpel, bishops gate and undershaft will improve the clustering. Though it will never be perfect. The only hope for the walkie talkie is if the clustering extends around it, so we don't have to see it.

However, here's one other thing: London at night is now just magnificent. Impossibly glamorous. A more exhilarating urban nightscape than anywhere else on the planet, I'd say

But that's London. Glorious, chaotic, ugly, beautiful, serene, messy, stupid, annoying and exhilarating, a 2000 year old world capital still growing every day. It could be worse. Happy new year.
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Old January 1st, 2016, 04:20 PM   #16692
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London New Year's Day parade LIVE

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Old January 2nd, 2016, 12:38 AM   #16694
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Thank you SE9; best wishes to you and all subscribers. May the good work continue.
Cheers, I still remember your eloquent first post.

I'm hoping to improve my posting standards here (standard image widths, information, presentation, photo quality etc), and look forward to what London has in store this year.
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But that's London. Glorious, chaotic, ugly, beautiful, serene, messy, stupid, annoying and exhilarating, a 2000 year old world capital still growing every day. It could be worse. Happy new year.
Brilliantly summarised.
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Old January 2nd, 2016, 01:08 AM   #16696
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Mayor pledges £3.9m to improve Hackney transport
Hackney Gazette | 1 January 2016

Commuters in Hackney have been given a New Year boost after plans for a multimillion-pound transport funding deal was revealed.

The borough will receive £3.9 million of the £148m budget for the capital’s 2016/17 improvement projects.

It will include £250,000 towards improving Well/Mare Street junction with the possible removal of staggered crossings that will make it safer for pedestrians and cyclists.

The £148m funded by the Mayor of London and Transport for London will support a range of different transport projects across East London delivered by the boroughs.

Local areas should see safer roads, better public spaces, improved walking facilities and cycling made safer and easier.
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Old January 2nd, 2016, 01:10 AM   #16697
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How to keep London thriving until 2050
The Guardian | 1 January 2016

The vastness, vagaries and complexity of the capital make forecasting a perilous game. Things that seemed both inevitable and desirable just a few decades ago have turned out to be entirely wrong. Yet neglecting to peer into tomorrow carries risks of its own, not least a failure to identify and lessen risk itself. Design and infrastructure company Atkins has been applying itself to the task of anticipating how the city needs to evolve from now until 2050. A document entitled Future Proofing London is the wide-ranging and cogent result.

The aim is to sustain what the report terms London’s “competitive advantage” as a world city. Valuably, it sees the pursuit of this goal as closely aligned with lessening the inequality and enhancing the greenness of the metropolis. The opposite outcomes would in each case be menaces to London. Four threats altogether are listed, the first of which is - very topically - a failure to meet housing need. Neglecting to foster economic diversity is the other.
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Old January 2nd, 2016, 01:18 AM   #16698
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New Year's Day marks 70 years since Heathrow's first flight
ITV News | 1 January 2016

New Year's Day marks 70 years since Heathrow officially became a commercial airport and recorded its first flight.

Over the course of 2016, Heathrow will be celebrating a number of key moments with colleagues, passengers and the local community to mark the anniversary.

Heathrow was originally built for military purposes during the Second World War and was handed over by the Air Ministry to the Minister of Civil Aviation on 1 January 1946. The first commercial flight to depart that day was a British South American Airlines Lancastrian ‘Star Light’ which flew to Buenos Aires.

Since its opening, the UK’s only hub airport has grown significantly to handle over 73 million passengers annually and is now one of the best major airports in the world.
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Palmyra arch from Syrian heritage site to be recreated in London's Trafalgar Square
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A monument from a temple in the ancient city of Palmyra destroyed by so-called Islamic State (IS) is to be recreated in London's Trafalgar Square.

The 2,000-year-old arch is all that remains of the Temple of Bel, part of the Syrian Unesco World Heritage site, captured by militants in May.

It will be recreated from photographs, using a 3D printer.

The institute behind the project hopes the arch will draw attention to the importance of cultural heritage.

IS militants have ransacked and demolished several similar ancient sites to Palmyra that pre-date Islam in Iraq, denouncing them as symbols of "idolatry".
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Here's the 2016 edition of the London summary of projects:


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London - Full Summary of Projects

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Previous Summary Threads
3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24



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Highrise projects currently under construction
100m and above


Newfoundland
220m

One Nine Elms
200m | 161m

52 Lime Street
192m

100 Bishopsgate
172m

One Blackfriars
163m

250 City Road
155m | 137m

South Bank Tower
155m

Baltimore Tower
150m

Highpoint
149m

Millharbour Village
145m | 122m | 90m | 87m

Manhattan Loft Gardens
143m

Providence Tower
136m

Heron Plaza
135m

The Atlas Building
134m

Saffron Square
134m

Two Fifty One
134m

One The Elephant
133m

Novotel Canary Wharf
124m

Chelsea Waterfront
122m

Stratosphere
122m

Lexicon
120m

Nine Elms Point
120m

Sky Gardens Nine Elms
120m

Capital Towers
110m

Dollar Bay
109m

Imperial West
105m

Upper Riverside
104m

Stratford Central
101m

Angel Court
101m




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Highrise Projects in London
100m and above





1 Undershaft
1 Undershaft, London EC3

Height: 295m | Floors: 73 | Architect: Eric Parry Architects | Developer: Aroland Holdings

Planning application: -

Links: London forum thread



• 90,000m² net internal area

• Current status: Pre-planning






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22 Bishopsgate
22-24 Bishopsgate, London EC2

Height: 278m | Floors: 62 | Architect: PLP | Developer: Lipton Rogers and Axa

Planning application: City of London 15/00764/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread | Official website |



• 128,304m² net internal area

• Current status: Site demolition






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31 London Street
31 London Street, London W2

Height: 253m | Floors: 73 | Architect: Renzo Piano | Developer: Sellar

Planning application: Westminster 15/00764/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread | Official website |



• 349 residential units

• Current status: In Planning






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Hertsmere House
2 Hertsmere Road, London E14

Height: 235m | Floors: 67 | Architect: HOK | Developer: Greenland Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/15/02675

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 861 residential units

• Current status: In Planning






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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: Site preparation






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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/13/01455

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 566 residential units

• Current status: Under Construction






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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



• 221,596m² office space

• Current status: Approved






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South Quay Plaza
183-189 Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 215m/192m/115m | Floors: 68/56/35 | Architect: Foster + Partners | Developer: Berkeley Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/00944

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 1,288 residential units

• Current status: Site preparation






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Alpha Square
50 Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 216m and 121m | Floors: 64 and 34 | Architect: Pilbrow & Partners | Developer: Far East Consortium International Ltd

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/15/02671

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 634 residential units | 231 hotel rooms

• 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 | 180,000m² office space | 35,000m² 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: Under Construction






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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



• 37,564m² 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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Wardian London
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 | Official website



• 792 residential units

• Current status: Approved






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The Madison
199-207 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: Site Preparation






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225 Marsh Wall
225 Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 181m | Floors: 55 | Architect: Make Architects | Developer: Cubitt Property Holdings

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/15/02303

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 426 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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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: Site preparation





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100 Bishopsgate
100 Bishopsgate, London EC2

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



• 73,000m² office space

• Current status: Under Construction






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6-8 Bishopsgate
6-8 Bishopsgate and 150 Leadenhall Street, London EC2

Height: 168m | Floors: 40 | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: Great Portland Estates

Planning application: City of London 15/00443/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread



• 70,053m² GEA office space

• Current status: Approved






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Aykon Nine Elms
69-71 Bondway, London SW8

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

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 | 22,732m² office space | 3,119m² 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 | 46,450m² office space

• Current status: Public Inquiry






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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/13/02344

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 124,785m² 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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13-14 Appold Street
13-14 Appold Street, London EC2

Height: 156m | Floors: 45 | Architect: Kohn Pederson Fox | Developer: Masterworks Development Corporation

Planning application: Hackney 2015/1685

Links: London forum thread



• 30,082m² floorspace

• 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 | 5,700m² office space

• Current status: Under Construction






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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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2 & 3 Finsbury Avenue Square
2 & 3 Finsbury Avenue Square, London EC2

Height: 154m | Floors: 32 | Architect: Arup Associates | Developer: British Land

Planning application: -

Links: London forum thread



• 95,000m² GEA

• Current status: Pre-planning






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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



• 82,903m² office space

• Current status: Approved






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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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Highpoint
80 Newington Butts, London SE1

Height: 149m | Floors: 44 | Architect: RSHP | 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



• 114,345m² office space

• Current status: Site Preparation






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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, Hawkins\Brown and Rolfe Judd | Developer: Galliard Developments

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/03195

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 2,400 residential units

• Current status: Under Construction






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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: Under Construction






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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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Canada Water Project Sites C and E
Sites C and E, Canada Water, London SE16

Height: 140m | Floors: 43 | Architect: David Chipperfield Architects | Developer: Sellar

Links: London forum thread


• Part of the Canada Water Masterplan

• Current status: Site preparation






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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



• 236 residential units | 8,292m² sports centre

• Current status: Approved






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Glengall Quay
Glengall Bridge, London E14

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

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/03585

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 484 residential units

• Current status: In 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: Topped Out






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Heron Plaza
City of London EC3

Height: 135m | Floors: 43 | Architect: PLP Architecture | Developer: UOL Group Limited

Planning application: City of London 10/00152/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread



• To be a Pan Pacific hotel

• Current status: Under Construction






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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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Cuba Street
Manilla Street and Tobago Street, London E14

Height: 134m/85m | Floors: 41/26 | Architect: 3D Reid | Developer: Ballymore

Links: London forum thread | Official website


• 448 residential units

• Current status: In Planning






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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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West End Green
285-329 Edgware Road, London W2

Height: 134m | Floors: 38 | Architect: Squire & Partners | Developer: Berkeley Group

Planning application: Westminster 15/11677/FULL

Links: London forum thread



• 691 residential units | 1,183m² retail space | 453m² office space

• Current status: In Planning






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The Atlas Building
145 City Road, London EC1

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

Planning application: Hackney 2012/3259

Links: London forum thread | Official website




• 302 residential units

• Current status: Under Construction






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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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Millbank Tower Redevelopment
Westminster SW1

Height: 133m | Floors: 34 | Architect: John McAslan + Partners | Developer: Motcomb Estates

Planning application: Westminster 15/07756/FULL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 215 residential units | 195 hotel rooms

• Current status: In Planning






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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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Keybridge
80 South Lambeth Road, London SW8

Height: 128m | Floors: 36 | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: Mount Anvil and Fabrica

Planning application: Lambeth 13/03935/OUT

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 379 residential units

• Current status: Approved






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Infinity Towers
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: Approved






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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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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: Topped Out






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Southbank Place
2-4 York Road, London SE1

Height: 124m/108m/102m | Architect: Squire and Parters | Developer: Braeburn Estates

Planning application: Lambeth 12/04708/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 134,709m² floorspace | 877 residential units

• Current status: Site Demolition






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One Crown Place
1-17 Crown Place, London EC2

Height: 123m/107m | Floors: 33/29 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: AlloyMTD

Planning application: Hackney 2015/0877

Links: London forum thread



• 247 residential units | 32 bed hotel

• Current status: Approved






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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 m² office space

• Current status: Approved






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

Height: 122m and 85m | Floors: 37 and 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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Stratosphere
2 Broadway, London E15

Height: 122m and 55m | Floors: 38 and 15 | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: Telford Homes

Planning application: Newham 09/01612/LTGDC

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 307 residential units

• Current status: Under Construction






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Cherry Park
Stratford City, London E20

Height: 121m/112m/96m/81m/68m/63m | Architect: Glen Howells Architects | Developer: Westfield

Planning application: LLDC 15/00358/OUT

Links: London forum thread | Official website


• 1,211 residential units

• Current status: Approved






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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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Borough Triangle
Newington Causeway, London SE1

Height: 120m and 95m | Floors: 38 and 30 | Architect: Stephen Marshall Architects | Developer: Peabody

Planning application: Southwark PA/14/03315

Links: London forum thread | Official website




• 529 residential units

• Current status: In Planning






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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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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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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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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: 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: Site Demolition





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Grand South
12-20 Wyvil Road, London SW8

Height: 114m | Floors: 35 | Developer: Alchemi

Planning application: Lambeth 14/03701/FUL

Links: London forum thread



• 219 residential units

• Current status: Approved






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East India Dock
Clove Crescent, London E14

Height: 114m/110m/90m/86m | Architect: 3DReid | Developer: Criterion Capital

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/15/01005

Links: London forum thread



• 1,357 residential units

• Current status: In Planning






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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 | 10,683m² commercial space

• Status: Under Construction






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The Collective Stratford
304-312 High Street, London E15

Height: 112m and 44m | Floors: 30 and 10 | Architect: PLP Architecture | Developer: The Collective

Planning application: LLDC 15/00515/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 214 serviced apartments | 223 co-living units

• Status: In Planning






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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: Newham 10/02291/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 191 residential units

• Current status: Under Construction






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201-207 Shoreditch High Street
201-207 Shoreditch High Street, London E1

Height: 107m | Floors: 30 | Architect: Gensler | Developer: HG Europe and Folgate Estates

Planning application: Hackney 2015/2403

Links: London forum thread



• 11,866m² office space | 14,244m² hotel space

• Current status: Approved






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White City Green
54 Wood Lane, London W12

Height: 107m/76m/75m/74m/72m/60m/60m/60m | Architect: Patel Taylor | Developer: St James

Planning application: Hammersmith & Fulham 2014/04726/OUT

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 1,465 residential units

• Current status: Approved






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Westferry Printworks
235 Westferry Road, London E14

Height: 106m/64m/51m/39m | Floors: 29/16/12/8 | Architect: PLP | Developer: Northern and Shell

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/15/02216

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 737 residential units | 1,200-place secondary school

• Current status: In Planning






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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: Under Construction






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Whitechapel Square
1 Cambridge Heath Road, London E1

Height: 105m | Floors: 33 | Architect: UNIT Architects | Developer: J Sainsbury plc

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/15/00837

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 608 residential units

• Current status: In Planning






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Upper Riverside
Plots N0205, N0206 & N0207, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10

Height: 104m/98m/86m/79m/73m | Floors: 31/29/26/23/22 | Architect: SOM | Developer: Knight Dragon

Planning application: Greenwich 14/1799/F

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 1,007 residential units

• Current status: Under Construction






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Stratford Central
Stratford Central, Angel Lane, London E15

Height: 103m | Floors: 33 | Architect: Suttonca | Developer: Telford Homes

Planning application: London Legacy Development Corporation 13/00322/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 157 residential units

• Current status: Under Construction






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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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Leamouth South
Hercules Wharf, Castle Wharf and Union Wharf, London E14

Height: 101m/72m/56m | Floors: 29/21/16 | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: Ballymore

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/03594

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 834 residential units

• Current status: In Planning








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http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=859444

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Blackwall Reach
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Brent Cross Cricklewood
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Old Kent Road
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Old Oak Common
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Royal Docks
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South Kilburn
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Stratford City
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Woolwich
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