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17-12-2014 > Wandsworth Greenlights Two New Tower Projects

Battersea Park East, LondonWandsworth Council has approved two new tall building projects in the borough showing just how much attitudes have changed at the council when it comes to the treatment of tall buildings compared to even a decade ago.

16-12-2014 > Largest Buddhist Temple In Europe Approved

Maha Vihara Project, BirminghamWhat will be the largest Buddhist temple in Europe has been approved for a site in Birmingham. The Buddhist Maha Vihara temple is planned to stand off Hockley Circus on New John Street to the north-west of Birimingham city centre.

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12-12-2014 > Catching Up With 15-16 Minories

62 Aldgate High Street, LondonLatham House is a deserted office building on the edge of the City of London overlooking Minories and the present regeneration hotspot of Aldgate High Street. Long mooted for redevelopment, the project is now a mixed use scheme with residential, office and retail space.

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09-12-2014 > Reading Trio Harks Back To The 80s

Swan Heights, ReadingFollowing Bracknell, Reading looks like it might be the latest of the London satellite towns to see a cluster of new tall buildings constructed, this time in the form of three towers that hark back to 80s post-modernism and look more like they belong in Moscow than Berkshire.

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08-12-2014 > Elephant and Castle West Grove Wins Approval

West Grove, LondonPhase two of the redevelopment of the Heygate Estate in Elephant and Castle has been approved by the London Borough of Southwark.

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27-11-2014 > New Resi Tower For NOMA

Angel Gardens, ManchesterHaus Collective has designed this new 36-storey tower to stand at on the Angel Gardens site in NOMA, Manchester.

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27-11-2014 > Woking Triple Tower Project Approved

Victoria Square, WokingThe high-rise redevelopment of central Woking, known as Victoria Square, has been approved by the local council.

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19-11-2014 > New Proposals For Glengall Bridge Revealed

Glengall Bridge, LondonPlans have once again surfaced for the redevelopment of a quay site in London's Docklands next to the western side Glengall Bridge that crosses the Millwall Inner Dock from west to east.

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04-12-2014 > Blossom St Promises Shoreditch Transformation

Blossom Street, LondonEarly plans for the British Land 2.2 acre redevelopment of Blossom Street on the northern fringe of the City of London have surfaced with a mix of restored buildings and new structures.

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27-11-2014 > New Industrial Inspired Mid-rise For Liverpool

70-90 Pall Mall, Liverpool70-90 Pall Mall is a newly proposed mid-rise mixed use scheme for Liverpool on what is one of the key routes through the central business district of the city.

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21-11-2014 > Squires Curvaceous South Bank Towers

185 Park Street, LondonSquire and Partners has designed a new residential led project to replace the much loathed National Grid building that sits next to the Tate Modern on London's South Bank.

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18-11-2014 > Axis Rises From The Ashes

Axis, ManchesterThe latest plans for Axis Tower in the centre of the city of Manchester, now to be residential, have been approved by the local council.

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