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Vauxhall Set For New Tower

The Vauxhall Bondway Tower, which this site announced back in January 2005, is due to have planning permission applied for it later this year.

The 275 largely residential project funded by developer London & Regional will sit on a plot of land off Vauxhall Bondway in Lambeth literally over the road from the approved St George's Wharf Tower following the decision by the Secretary of State, John Prescott, to greenlight that project despite howls of disapproval from Lambeth Council.

The project which has been worked on by architect firm Squire and Partners will contain 400 flats, plus 9500 square metres of office space on the lower floors and reach approximately 180m in height. Coming next should be a twin tower development for Nine Elms, again literally over the road, showing that this area of Lambeth has massive potential as an emerging skyscraper cluster.

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