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20-08-2014 > Dark Future For 130 Fenchurch Street

130 Fenchurch Street, LondonThese days 130 Fenchurch Street is a tired sixties office block gradually being towered over by an increasing number of high-tech developments but it was one of the first modern office towers ever built in the City of London.

14-08-2014 > Wates Starts Work On 20 Eastbourne Terrace

20 Eastbourne Terrace, LondonWork has begun on the renovation of 20 Eastbourne Terrace, one of the first office towers built in London following World War Two.

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14-08-2014 > Old Unison Building Set For Makeover

The Halo Building, LondonThe unpleasant and dated former Unison Building on Euston Road is set to get a makeover that will drag it kicking and screaming into the 21st century.

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11-08-2014 > Phase 2 of Greengate Appears

City Suites SalfordA planning application has been filed with Salford Council for the second phase of Greengate in Manchester, this time featuring a mid-rise residential building.

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01-08-2014 > Alsop Flies Back With Helicopter Heights

Heliport Heights, LondonAfter a quiet few years Will Alsop is back with a vengeance and an outrageous new design for a tower in London called Helicopter Heights, already nicknamed "the Carrot".

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30-07-2014 > More Skyscraper Plans For Quay House

Quay House, LondonLong rumoured to be a suitable site for a tall building, Quay House in London's Docklands has finally seen a planning application filed for a new tower of about 230 metres in height.

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28-07-2014 > Gherkin Goes On Sale

30 St Mary Axe, LondonLondon's iconic skyscraper 30 St Mary Axe, better known as the Gherkin, is once again up for sale, and this time with an estimated value of about 650 million making it yet another billion dollar skyscraper in London.

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25-07-2014 > Helix Finally To Start Construction

Helix, LondonThe long-delayed Make designed Helix project in London's Docklands is finally set to begin construction having been on hold for the entirety of the economic depression Britain has finally emerged from.

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01-08-2014 > i360 Gets Underway

i360, BrightonConstruction work is finally beginning on the i360 in Brighton, the latest high-tech funfair ride from Marks Barfield, the architects who came up with the London Eye.

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29-07-2014 > Firepool Promises Taunton Transformation

Firepool, TauntonTucked away in the nook of south-west England, Taunton isn't really the sort of place you'd associate with high-rise development but a new scheme called Firepool could change that and see the first tall buildings constructed in the town since the historic churches that presently dominate its skyline.

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28-07-2014 > Renewed Skyscraper Plans At 2 Millharbour

2 Millharbour, LondonA planning application has surfaced for the latest version of high-rise development on the site of 2 Millharbour on the Isle of Dogs in east London to the immediate north of the under construction Lincoln Plaza.

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22-07-2014 > Wood Wharf Wins Approval

One Wood Wharf, LondonAnother phase to expand Canary Wharf, Wood Wharf, has been approved by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

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