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28-07-2015 > Millbank Tower Redevelopment Plans Surface

Millbank Tower, LondonMillbank Tower, one of the first truly tall buildings in London, and so architecturally important it is a grade II listed structure, could be due a restoration with the conversion to hotel and apartments with a modest height increase.

27-07-2015 > The Redevelopment Of 64 Buckingham Gate

64 Buckingham Gate, London64 Buckingham Gate is a mid 70s international style office tower near Victoria. Along with the nearby Windsor House it marks the last hurrah of modernist style redevelopment in the area, particularly that which came at the expense of a controversial demolition of a historic building.

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27-07-2015 > Piano Designs Paddington Skyscraper

No ImageRenzo Piano, famed as the architect of the Shard, has been designing a new skyscraper for London to sit on one of the entrances atop Paddington Station.

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24-06-2015 > Cheesegrater Bolt Costs Could Hit 6 Million GBP

The Leadenhall Building, LondonWork on replacing the bolts on the Leadenhall Building, popularly known as the Cheesegrater, is set to escalate in cost with the steel contractor Severfield looking at a bill of as much as 6 million.

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24-06-2015 > New Park Tower Designed For San Francisco

Park Tower, San FranciscoGoettsch Partners has won a competition to design a new skyscraper to stand in the heart of San Francisco.

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23-06-2015 > Catching Up With 150 Leadenhall Street

150 Leadenhall Street, London6-8 Bishopsgate and 150 Leadenhall Street form part of a small collection of quality Miesian slabs in the City of London that could soon be demolished if plans to build a new skyscraper on the site get the go-ahead.

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17-06-2015 > 22 Bishopsgate In Depth

22 Bishopsgate, LondonNew plans have been revealed for the latest version of 22 Bishopsgate, formerly known as the Pinnacle.

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11-06-2015 > WTC 2 Unveiled

WTC 2, New YorkNew designs for World Trade Centre 2, this time by Danish architects BIG, have been unveiled.

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23-06-2015 > CTBUH Picks 2015 Winners

One World Trade CentreThe CTBUH has named what it considers to be the best tall buildings of 2015. The competition, although ultimately a bit of good fun, does also have the very serious purpose of highlighting the cutting edge of skyscraper design and development as decided by the Committee for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, with the latest trend indicated from two of the winners that are literally green thanks to the plants they incorporate.

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18-06-2015 > British Parliament Work Costs Up To 5.7 billion

Palace of Westminster, LondonOne of the up and coming largest construction projects in London isn't the likes of Earl's Court or Stratford City but the renovation of the British Houses of Parliament, Palace of Westminster.

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17-06-2015 > TFL Headquarters Conversion Greenlit

55 Broadway, LondonPlans to convert the historic TFL headquarters of 55 Broadway near London's Victoria into residential apartments have been approved by Westminster Council.

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09-06-2015 > Former Nestle HQ Set For Radical Makeover

St George's House, CroydonRenovation work is now getting into full swing following the strip out of St George's House, perhaps better known as the former Nestle Headquarters in central Croydon.

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