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24-04-2015 > NLA Opens Titanic New Model

No ImageNew London Architecture has finally unveiled its new model of developing London at the Building Centre.

02-04-2015 > Croydon Council Gets In On Development Game

Taberner House, CroydonWith Croydon's Taberner House now little more than a pile of rubble and almost gone, the council is now leading the redevelopment of the project having adopted the part of the venture that was formerly being developed by Places For People.

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02-04-2015 > Regal Tower Replaced By Shorter Twins

Left Bank, BirminghamRegal Tower was to be the tallest tower in Birmingham but these plans have now been dropped for yet another design, still developed by the Regal Property Group but now with two shorter towers in the place of one monumental one.

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18-03-2015 > Arena Central Replacement Gets Green Light

Arena Central, BirminghamThe downscaled plans by Dandara for Arena Central featuring 18 and 23 storey towers have been approved by Birmingham City Council.

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18-03-2015 > New Tower For 103 Colmore Row

103 Colmore Row, BirminghamPlans have emerged of the replacement for the former Natwest tower in Birmingham at 103 Colmore Row.

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03-03-2015 > 90 Long Acre For The Chop

90 Long Acre, London90 Long Acre is a post-war office building designed by Richard Seifert and built just on at the cusp when post-modernism was starting to move to the fore.

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13-02-2015 > First Look At Leamouth South

Leamouth South, LondonThe southern part of the Leamouth Peninsula in London's docklands has long been mooted for development, and Ballymore has at last come up with a redevelopment designed by Allies and Morrison.

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09-02-2015 > Wood Wharf A1 In Detail

Wood Wharf A1, LondonA detailed planning application relating to the proposed skyscraper by Herzog & de Meuron at Wood Wharf has been filed with the London Borough of Tower Hamlets following on from the previous outline planning application which has now been approved.

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12-03-2015 > HG Wells Proposals Caught Up In Appeal

HG Wells Centre, BromleyThe HG Wells Centre sounds like a wonderfully futuristic building, in reality it's a piece of dross constructed in the London borough of Bromley, an area more famous for its punks than architecture.

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18-02-2015 > 100 Liverpool Street Set For Rebuild

100 Liverpool Street, LondonOne of the oldest buildings at the Broadgate Centre in the City of London, 100 Liverpool Street is rapidly approaching its 30th anniversary. The owner, British Land, now plans on refurbishing the building abandoning the distinctive 80s look it boasts, and extending it upwards too to increase the amount of space on offer.

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09-02-2015 > Beacon Sets Chicago Spire Competition Alight

Chicago Beacon, ChicagoRemember the Chicago Spire? It was to be one of the tallest buildings in the world, but never got further than being a titanic hole in the ground. Well now a series of six competition entries have surfaced that offer various visions for the site.

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29-01-2015 > Birmingham Natwest Tower Demolition Plans

National Westminster Tower, BirminghamThe John Madin designed Natwest Tower in Birmingham is to be demolished if Rockspring Property can win the thumbs up to do so from Birmingham City Council.

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