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2014-11-21 > Squires Curvaceous South Bank Towers

Squire and Partners has designed a new residential led project to replace the much loathed National Grid building that s...
2014-11-19 > New Proposals For Glengall Bridge Revealed

Plans have once again surfaced for the redevelopment of a quay site in London's Docklands next to the western side Gleng...
2014-11-18 > Axis Rises From The Ashes

The latest plans for Axis Tower in the centre of the city of Manchester, now to be residential, have been approved by th...
2014-11-18 > Construction Starts On Chinas Fourth Tallest

The Chinese property developer, Greenland, has begun construction on what will be the tallest skyscraper in south-wester...
2014-11-17 > Another Two Towers To Rise In Stratford

Work is beginning on another two residential towers at Stratford, this time at the former Olympic Park....
2014-11-03 > Delayed Rogers Tower To Get Underway In 2015

Construction is to begin in January 2015 on 80 Newington Butts, also known as 360 London, which once finished, will be t...
2014-11-03 > Huge Plans For Yorkshire Evening Post Site

What to do with the former John Madin designed Yorkshire Evening Post site in the centre of the city of Leeds has proven...
2014-10-29 > Eric Parry Tower Approved In Central Manchester

Plans for a new 18 floor office building designed by Eric Parry to stand in central Manchester have been approved by the...
2014-10-29 > PLP Works Up Alternative Vauxhall Cross Towers

The Vauxhall Cross site, which comes with planning permission for two residential towers attached, has been put up for s...
2014-10-28 > Galliard Buys Into Scaled Down 2 Millharbour

Plans for 2 Millharbour, which included a skyscraper of almost 160 metres, have been scaled down to reduce the height of...
2014-10-28 > Media City Quartet Rise Again

Almost a decade after plans for four residential buildings on this site first surfaced, marketing has finally begun on t...
2014-10-28 > A Look At Two London Wall Place

Starting in about 1955, London Wall was one of the first areas of post-war development in the City of London with an ent...
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