I think we may be witnessing some interesting poker game. As there is the risk that there may not be enough demand for three new skyscrapers (Heron, Leadenhall and Difa), these three parties all try to be ready first. Fact is that the Heron site buildings will be empty by next May, Leadenhall by January. If at about that time Difa signs up a client and gets its scheme off the ground, we may actually see all three of them going up at the same time because it would be hard for British Land or Heron to get new leases on old buildings. The only thing they may do is "warehouse" them for the next cycle bu that is pretty expensive plus they may have to renew their planning permission. So Heron and Leadenhall look pretty certain, Difa is still a question mark but it is also clear they are not out of the running yet!eXSBass said:Wow. That is very promising. I guess they're taking the no nonesense approach. Get as much done as possible whilst they can. Then, when they get a tennant, bada boom! No messing about. Straight to errecting the cores.