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Old Posted Nov 30, 2018, 7:17 PM
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^ Say it is risky, but they might be used to funky things over there anyway.

I think the problem could be that that (concrete?) light gray stem may look bland in real life.
An actual building this tall with a same type of amenities open to all by top floors would be better IMO.
If the local market didn't allow it at the moment, well, they'd have to be patient just like the rest of us.

Oh well, it's up to them.
I mentioned the Eiffel tower precisely because it is not a building at all.
It is only this type of landmark to entertain people, but has no actual use for locals, aside of course from being a very valuable tourist attraction.
From a local standpoint, it is mostly (if not only) valuable as a historic structural engineering showcase. That's it.
Can't tell whether this Tulip would stand for any engineering feat nowadays, though.
It might just be some tourist gadget.
Hrm... I tend to disagree...

It could be that London, like Paris, could be suffering from being a lackluster tourist destination and this is needed to bolster tourism. This would surely help bring in tourists and their money. It is purely a tourist gadget.
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Hrm... I tend to disagree...

It could be that London, like Paris, could be suffering from being a lackluster tourist destination and this is needed to bolster tourism. This would surely help bring in tourists and their money. It is purely a tourist gadget.
You’re kidding, right?

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Why? I like it. It is a good thing for this good city.
The fact that you like it confirms that it’s a terrible idea.
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Hrm... I tend to disagree...

It could be that London, like Paris, could be suffering from being a lackluster tourist destination and this is needed to bolster tourism. This would surely help bring in tourists and their money. It is purely a tourist gadget.
Paris doesn't a gigantic penis to bolster tourism..... Look at the stats. For the 5th or 6th year, Paris has regained her crown as most visited city in the world just as France is the most visited country in the world with 80 million tourist in 2017 and 2018.

Tourists coming to France aren't looking for ridiculous phallic objects but for authenticity, culture, food, wine, music, beaches, mountains...etc. The list would be a bit long here.
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Man, Canary Wharf is on fire! Would love to have more London updates here.
If I get time, I’ll have to post some more specific updates. As it stands, there are something like eight towers >150m under construction in Canary Wharf, five of which are >200m. A further ten towers >150m are either approved or under going ground works, with another seven >150m+ proposed.

From a skyscraper perspective it is certainly an interesting time in London, there are several skyscraper clusters emerging, the most prominent being Canary Wharf, then the City, but also in Battersea-Vauxhall and Croydon.

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I think the problem could be that that (concrete?) light gray stem may look bland in real life.
If built, this will be clad in glass fibre reinforced concrete. The Heydar Aliyev Centre in Baku by Zaha Hadid Architects is an example of the material: http://www.zaha-hadid.com/architectu...aliyev-centre/

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It could be that London, like Paris, could be suffering from being a lackluster tourist destination and this is needed to bolster tourism. This would surely help bring in tourists and their money. It is purely a tourist gadget.
London and Paris tend to be at or near the top for rankings of attracting international tourists. This is part of the City of London’s goal to awaken the city out of office hours and create a cultural mile.
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Paris doesn't a gigantic penis to bolster tourism..... Look at the stats. For the 5th or 6th year, Paris has regained her crown as most visited city in the world just as France is the most visited country in the world with 80 million tourist in 2017 and 2018.

Tourists coming to France aren't looking for ridiculous phallic objects but for authenticity, culture, food, wine, music, beaches, mountains...etc. The list would be a bit long here.
Theres loads of dick(heads) in France anyway
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The city of London seems to lack a city center. Or if it has one its really hard to tell. Development seems so scattered around and un-aware of each other. I haven't been to London before so I wouldn't know if this is a good or bad thing but seeing it in pictures it's super confusing to tell how the city is growing.
The misleading thing is the city centre is not marked out by the highrises. It's a tale of two cities.

It's basically a vast centre with two rival political entities - The City of Westminster (lowrise - commerce and cultural, home of the Queen) and The City of London aka The Square Mile (highrise- financial, the Queen needs permission to enter, entirely different authority, police etc to the rest of the city). The former is the nondescript lowrise area that leads up to the big parks and beyond in the background, where the shopping, entertainment, institutions, museums, palaces and royalty are based, which has long commanded the highest business rents in the world. Meanwhile the area of skyscrapers in the foreground is part of the City of London (note the capital C), which is the premier financial district grafted over the oldest part of the metropolis.

Westminster/ West End is marked out in red, considered the true heart of London. Everything in the foreground that leads up to it is 'just' part of the ancient money-making centre that is the City of London. Many people don't consider it the heart despite how it powers the economy, as the 570,000 per sq mile density falls into a veritable ghost town of 3,000 (very gilded) individuals at night. However watch this space, the authorities that long kept it a lean, mean money-making machine uncluttered with residential concerns are now making it a cultural destination:




the lowrise heart in reality looks like this. When people think of London this is where they'll visit:


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Old Posted Dec 13, 2018, 7:30 AM
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In the pic below the West End/ City of Westminster area is in bright red, whilst the main financial district (the City of London) is in darker red next to it. Together they form much of the city centre, though strictly speaking its grown well beyond those medieval entities, having reached as far west as Kensington and Chelsea by the Victorian times and recently crossed the river and spread into the East End, following decades of cultural, business and construction booms (orange).

Although the cluster in the foreground (Canary Wharf et al) looks large it's not part of the centre - bear in mind the foreshortening affect of perspective, it'd appear much smaller if in the orange zone at the back:



To recap Westminster is a largely protected area of thousands of heritage buildings so not many highrises are going to impinge on it. Many of the tall building projects are pushed into the areas adjunct to Westminster, away from its protected sightlines, in outposts as far off as the Docklands, Vauxhall, Elephant & Castle, Stratford etc, these nodes of highrises fleshed out or forming that is making the city a multi-nodal entity, though they aren't strictly part of the city centre. There is currently a big impetus to change the city from facing west to facing east, where much of the transport infrastructure is becoming centred on.

In other words, the skyscrapers don't define the centre (protected Westminster et al), a lot of the development is outside of it on the 'approaches' and in satellite nodes. But they are in effect 'growing' the centre, knitting up areas into one day an ever larger whole, as befitting the large population growth (+120K a year). This is why the construction is booming, population pressure + property bubble + overdue housing crisis + office demand long constrained by heritage laws.

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Such a funky skyline! I certainly can't call it an attractive skyline!
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Highrise projects currently under construction
100m and above


Twentytwo
278m

Landmark Pinnacle
233m

Newfoundland
220m

South Quay Plaza
215m

Wood Wharf
204m | 189m | 173m | 155m | 123m | 106m

One Nine Elms
200m | 161m

Wardian London
187m | 168m

The Madison
182m

Nine Elms Square
177m, 151m, 118m

100 Bishopsgate
172m

DAMAC Tower
168m

Vauxhall Square
168m | 168m

250 City Road
155m | 137m

1 Bank Street
147m

Harbour Central
144m | 125m

101 George Street
139m

One Bishopsgate Plaza
135m

Keybridge
128m

Southbank Place
124m | 108m | 102m

One Crown Place
123m | 107m

Chelsea Waterfront
122m

Miles Street
115m

The Stage Shoreditch
115m

The Ram Quarter
113m

White City Living
107m

Upper Riverside
102m

Goodluck Hope
101m




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Highrise Projects in London
100m and above





1 Undershaft
1 Undershaft, London EC3

Height: 290m | Floors: 73 | Architect: Eric Parry Architects | Developer: Aroland Holdings

Planning application: City of London 16/00075/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread



• 149,100m² floorspace (GIA)

Current status: Approved






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The Tulip
Land adjacent to 20 Bury Street, London EC3

Height: 290m | Floors: 12 | Architect: Foster + Partners | Developer: J. Safra Group

Planning application: City of London 18/01213/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 17,441m² floorspace (GEA)

Current status: In Planning






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Twentytwo London
22 Bishopsgate, London EC2

Height: 278m | Floors: 62 | Architect: PLP | Developer: Lipton Rogers and Axa

Planning application: City of London 15/00764/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 128,304m² floorspace (NIA)

Current status: Under Construction






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100 Leadenhall Street
100 Leadenhall Street, London EC3

Height: 247m | Floors: 56 | Architect: SOM | Developer: London & Oriental and Lai Sun

Planning application: City of London 18/00152/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 110,000m² floorspace (GEA)

Current status: Approved






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Spire London
2 Hertsmere Road, London E14

Height: 235m | Floors: 67 | Architect: HOK | Developer: Greenland Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/15/02675

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 861 residential units

Current status: On Hold - under review






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Landmark Pinnacle
15 Westferry Road, London E14

Height: 233m | Floors: 76 | Architect: Squire & Partners | Developer: Chalegrove Properties

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/12/03248

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 822 residential units | 162 serviced apartments

Current status: Under Construction






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One Lansdowne Road
1-5 Lansdowne Road, Croydon CR9

Height: 227m and 129m | Floors: 69 and 41 | Architect: CZWG | Developer: Guildhouse-Rosepride

Planning application: Croydon 17/03457/FUL

Links: London forum thread |Official website



• 794 residential units | 30,000m² office space (GEA)

Current status: Approved






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Newfoundland
Land bounded by Park Place, Westferry Road & Heron Quay Road, London E14

Height: 220m | Floors: 60 | Architect: Horden Cherry Lee | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/13/01455

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 566 residential units

Current status: Topped Out






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Alpha Square
50 Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 216m and 121m | Floors: 64 and 34 | Architect: Pilbrow & Partners | Developer: FEC International

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/15/02671

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 634 residential units | 231 hotel rooms

Current status: Approved






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South Quay Plaza
183-189 Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 215m, 192m, 115m | Floors: 68, 56, 35 | Architect: Foster + Partners | Developer: Berkeley Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/00944

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 1,288 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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Wood Wharf
100 Preston's Road, London E14

Height: 204m, 189m, 173m, 155m, 123m, 106m, 92m, 90m, 89m | Architect: Various | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/13/02966

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 3,160 residential units | 180,000m² office space | 35,000m² retail space

Current status: Under Construction






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6-8 Bishopsgate
6-8 Bishopsgate and 150 Leadenhall Street, London EC2

Height: 204m | Floors: 50 | Architect: Wilkinson Eyre | Developer: Stanhope and Mitsubishi Estate

Planning application: City of London 15/00443/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread



• 52,954m² floorspace (GIA)

Current status: Site Demolition






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One Nine Elms
1 Nine Elms Lane, London SW8

Height: 200m and 161m | Floors: 58 and 43 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: Dalian Wanda

Planning application: Wandsworth 2014/0871

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 436 residential units | 187 hotel rooms

Current status: Under Construction






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Wardian London
Arrowhead Quay, Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 187m and 168m | Floors: 55 and 50 | Architect: Glen Howells Architects | Developer: Ballymore

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/12/03315

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 792 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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Vauxhall Cross
Vauxhall Cross Island, London SW8

Height: 186m and 151m | Floors: 53 and 42 | Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects | Developer: VCI Property Holding Limited

Planning application: Lambeth 17/05807/EIAFUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 257 residential units | 618 hotel rooms | 19,695m² office space (GIA)

Current status: Approved






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The Madison
199-207 Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 182m | Floors: 54 | Architect: Make Architects | Developer: LBS Properties

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/01428

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 423 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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18 Blackfriars Road
18 Blackfriars Road, London SE1

Height: 179m, 138m, 65m, 48m | Floors: 51, 31, 16, 14 | Architect: Wilkinson Eyre | Developer: Black Pearl

Planning application: Southwark 16/AP/5239

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 291 residential units | 548 hotel rooms | 25,532m² office space

Current status: Approved






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New Covent Garden Market
New Covent Garden Market, Nine Elms Lane, London SW8

Height: 177m, 151m, 118m, 100m, 84m, 80m, 76m, 74m, 62m, 59m, 52m | Developer: VSM

Planning application: Wandsworth 2014/2810

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 3,019 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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100 Bishopsgate
100 Bishopsgate, London EC2

Height: 172m | Floors: 40 | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: Great Portland Estates

Planning application: City of London 06/00796/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 73,000m² office space

Current status: Topped Out






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DAMAC Tower
69-71 Bondway, London SW8

Height: 168m | Floors: 50 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: Damac

Planning application: Lambeth 14/00601/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 452 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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Vauxhall Square
Vauxhall Square, London SW8

Height: 168m, 168m, 87m, 69m, 53m, 39m, 37m | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: CLS

Planning application: Lambeth 11/04428/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 630 residential units | 22,732m² office space | 3,119m² retail space

Current status: Under Construction






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Ruby Triangle
Ruby Triangle site, London SE15

Height: 168m, 142m, 107m, 61m, 53m | Floors: 48, 40, 29, 17, 14 | Architect: Farrells | Developer: Avanton

Planning application: Southwark 18/AP/0897

Links: London forum thread| Official website



• 1,165 residential units

Current status: Approved






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Bankside Yards
Bankside SE1

Height: 163m, 120m, 104m, 83m, 75m, 58m | Floors: 49, 34, 30, 20, 18, 13 | Architect: PLP Architecture | Developer: Native Land

Planning application: Southwark 12/AP/3940

Links: London forum thread| Official website



• 341 residential units | 16,254m² hotel space | 8,054m² office space | 1,436m² retail space

Current status: Site Preparation






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Project Skylines
Skylines Village, Limeharbour, London E14

Height: 162m, 86m, 77m | Floors: 48, 25, 22 | Architect: Farrells | Developer: Strong Drive Limited

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/17/01597/A1

Links: London forum thread



• 600 residential units | 10,474m² SME business centre (GIA) | 1,417m² commercial space (GIA)

Current status: In Planning






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1 Park Place
1 Park Place, London E14

Height: 162m | Floors: 32 | Architect: Squire & Partners | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/13/02344

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 124,785m² floorspace

Current status: Approved






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10 Bank Street
10 Bank Street, London E14

Height: 161m | Floors: 31 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/16/02956

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 125,027m² floorspace (GIA)

Current status: Approved






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Southernwood Retail Park
2 Humphrey Street, London SE1

Height: 159m | Floors: 48 | Architect: Pilbrow & Partners | Developer: Strathclyde Pension Fund

Planning application: Southwark 16/00859/FULEIA

Links: Forum thread | Official website



• 725 residential units

Current status: In Planning






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1 Leadenhall
1 Leadenhall Street, London EC3

Height: 158m | Floors: 56 | Architect: Make Architects | Developer: Brookfield

Planning application: City of London 16/00859/FULEIA

Links: Forum thread | Official website



• 63,613m² floorspace (GIA)

Current status: Approved






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225 Marsh Wall
1 Leadenhall Street, London EC3

Height: 158m | Floors: 49 | Architect: Make Architects | Developer: Cubitt Property Holdings

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/16/02496

Links: Forum thread | Official website



• 330 residential units

Current status: Approved






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13-14 Appold Street
13-14 Appold Street, London EC2

Height: 156m | Floors: 45 | Architect: Kohn Pederson Fox | Developer: Masterworks Development Corporation

Planning application: Hackney 2015/1685

Links: London forum thread



• 30,082m² floorspace

Current status: Approved






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250 City Road
250 City Road, London EC1

Height: 155m and 137m | Floors: 42 and 36 | Architect: Foster + Partners | Developer: Berkeley Homes

Planning application: Islington P2013/1089/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 955 homes | 5,700m² office space

Current status: Topped Out






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Westferry Printworks
235 Westferry Road, London E14

Height: 155m, 107m, 79m, 66m, 50m | Floors: 46, 32, 23, 18, 13 | Architect: PLP | Developer: Northern and Shell

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/18/01877/A1

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 1,540 residential units | 1,200-place secondary school

Current status: In Planning






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2-3 Finsbury Avenue Square
2-3 Finsbury Avenue Square, London EC2

Height: 154m | Floors: 32 | Architect: Arup Associates | Developer: British Land

Planning application: City of London 16/00149/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread



• 85,378m² floorspace (GIA)

Current status: Approved






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40 Leadenhall Street
40 Leadenhall Street, London EC3

Height: 154m | Floors: 34 | Architect: Make Architects | Developer: Henderson Global Investors

Planning application: City of London 13/01004/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 82,903m² office space

Current status: Approved






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Portal West
6 Portal Way, London W3

Height: 148m and 113m | Floors: 42 and 32 | Architect: BUJ Architects | Developer: City & Docklands Property Group

Planning application: Ealing 161144FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 578 residential units | 3,179m² flexible space (GIA)

Current status: Site Preparation






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1 Bank Street
1 Bank Street, London E14

Height: 147m | Floors: 28 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: Canary Wharf Group

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/02617

Links: London forum thread



• 114,345m² office space

Current status: Topped Out






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Harbour Central
Millharbour South (2 Millharbour), London E14

Height: 144m, 125m, 94m, 89m | Floors: 42, 36, 28, 25 | Architect: Rolfe Judd | Developer: Galliard

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/01246/A1

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 901 residential units | 1,104m² ground floor mixed-use | 1,049m² leisure box

Current status: Topped Out






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Millharbour Village
Millharbour West (3 Millharbour) and Millharbour East (6-8 South Quay), London E14

Height: 142m, 139m, 126m, 122m, 113m, 102m | Floors: 45, 35, 39, 39, 35, 32 | Architect: SEW and Hawkins\Brown | Developer: Galliard

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/03195

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 1,513 residential units | 5,820m² flexible commercial space | new primary school

Current status: Approved






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Stratford Centre & The Yards
Stratford Centre and Morgan House, London E15

Height: 142m, 76m, 65m, 49m | Floors: 42, 21, 17, 10 | Architect: AHMM | Developer: Frogmore

Planning application: Newham 14/02289/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 439 residential units | 299 hotel rooms | 2,717m² retail space | 11,732m² office space

Current status: In Planning






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1 Merchant Square
Land At Harbet Road, London W2

Height: 140m | Floors: 42 | Architect: Robin Partington Architects | Developer: European Land and Property

Planning application: Westminster 10/09756/FULL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 222 residential units

Current status: Approved






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One Station Square
1-17 Station Road, Ilford IG1

Height: ~140m | Floors: 42 | Architect: Collado Collins | Developer: Access Self Storage

Planning application: Redbridge 4557/18

Links: London forum thread



• 380 residential units

Current status: In Planning






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54 Marsh Wall
54 Marsh Wall, London E14

Height: 140m | Floors: 41 | Architect: Rolfe Judd | Developer: Daejan Limited

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/16/01637

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 216 residential units

Current status: Approved






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Project Light
Canada Water Sites C and E, Surrey Quays Road, London SE16

Height: 140m | Floors: 43 | Architect: David Chipperfield Architects | Developer: Sellar

Planning application: Southwark 12/AP/4126

Links: London forum thread



• 1,030 residential units | 129,304m² floorspace (GIA)

Current status: Approved + Complete






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Doon Street Tower
Land bounded by Upper Ground and Doon Street, London SE1

Height: 140m | Floors: 43 | Architect: Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands | Developer: Coin Street

Planning application: Lambeth 11/00996/FUL

Links: London forum thread



• 236 residential units | 8,292m² sports centre

Current status: Approved






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508 Old Kent Road
596-608 Old Kent Road and Land at Livesey Place, London SE15

Height: 140m, 91m | Floors: 38, 24 | Architect: Maccreanor Lavington | Developer: Civic Centre Ltd, Shaviram Development Ltd

Planning application: Southwark 18/AP/2633

Links: London forum thread



• 372 residential units | 2,415m² office and light industrial space

Current status: In Planning






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101 George Street
101 George Street, Croydon CR0

Height: 139m | Floors: 44 and 38 | Architect: HTA Design | Developer: Tide Construction

Planning application: Croydon 17/04201/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 546 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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New City Court
New City Court, St Thomas Street, London SE1

Height: 138m | Floors: 44 and 38 | Architect: AHMM | Developer: Great Portland Estates

EIA Scoping Report: Southwark 18/AP/2633

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 31,600m² office space

Current status: Pre-planning






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Tottenham Hale Centre
Tottenham Hale Centre, London N17

Height: 137m AOD | Floors: 38 | Architect: AHMM, Alison Brooks, Pollard Thomas Edwards, Ruff | Developer: Argent Related

Planning application: Haringey HGY/2018/2223

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• up to 1,036 residential units

Current status: Approved






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College Road
Croydon CR9

Height: 135m | Floors: 38 | Architect: Silver Star Properties | Developer: Darling Associates Architects

Planning application: Croydon 14/01603/P

Links: London forum thread



• 161 residential units

Current status: Approved






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East Village
Stratford City, London E20

Height: 135m, 135m, 113m, 103m, 100m, 89m | Architect: Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands | Developer: Delancey and Qatari Diar

Planning application: London Legacy Development Corporation 10/90641/EXTODA

Links: London forum thread | Official website |



• Plots N06, N08, N18 and N19 of East Village, Stratford City

Current status: Approved






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One Bishopsgate Plaza
150 Bishopsgate, London EC3

Height: 135m | Floors: 43 | Architect: PLP Architecture | Developer: UOL Group Limited

Planning application: City of London 10/00152/FULEIA

Links: London forum thread



• 120 residential units | 190 bed hotel

Current status: Under Construction






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Capital House
42-46 Weston Street, London SE1

Height: 133m | Floors: 39 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: Greystar

Planning application: Southwark 18/AP/0900

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 905 student accommodation units

Current status: In Planning






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Malt Street Regeneration
Southwark SE1

Height: 132m | Floors: 34 | Architect: Rolfe Judd | Developer: Berkeley Group

Planning application: Southwark 17/AP/2773

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• up to 1,050 residential units

Current status: In Planning






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Vicarage Field
Barking IG11

Height: up to 130m | Floors: 36, 26, 22, 19, 16, 13 | Architect: Studio Egret West | Developer: Lagmar Limited

Planning application: Barking & Dagenham 16/01325/OUT

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 855 residential units | 25,650m² retail space | 7,750m² hotel space

Current status: Approved






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Keybridge
80 South Lambeth Road, London SW8

Height: 128m | Floors: 36 | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: Mount Anvil and Fabrica

Planning application: Lambeth 13/03935/OUT

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 379 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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Two Trafalgar Way
2 Trafalgar Way, London E14

Height: 127m, 108m | Floors: 35, 29 | Architect: Make | Developer: Essential Living

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/01771

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 397 residential units

Current status: Approved






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Blackwall Reach
Blackwall Reach, London E14

Height: Various, up to 127m | Floors: Various | Architect: Various | Developer: Various

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/12/00001

Links: London forum thread | Official website



Current status: Outline Planning






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Millbank Tower Redevelopment
Westminster SW1

Height: 125m | Floors: 34 | Architect: John McAslan + Partners | Developer: Motcomb Estates

Planning application: Westminster 15/07756/FULL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 215 residential units | 195 hotel rooms

Current status: Approved






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IQL S1 and S11
Plots S1 and S11, The International Quarter, London E20

Height: 127m AOD | Floors: 37, 31 | Architect: AECOM | Developer: Lendlease, LCR

EIA Scoping Report: LLDC 18/00224/SCOESL

Links: London forum thread



• 497 residential units

Current status: Pre-planning






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The Culinary Quarter
2 Portal Way, London W3

Height: 125m and 93m | Floors: 35 and 25 | Architect: Scott Brownrigg | Developer: Dephna Group

Planning application: Ealing 177810OPDFUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 380 residential units | 3,508m² office space (GIA) | 1,770m² kitchen space (GIA)

Current status: Approved






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Fulham Gasworks
Fulham Gasworks, Imperial Road, London SW6

Height: 125m, 95m, 87m, 56m | Floors: 37, 28, 25, 15 | Architect: Robin Partington & Partners | Developer: St William

Planning application: Hammersmith & Fulham 2018/02100/COMB

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 1,843 residential units

Current status: Approved






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Canada Water Plot A1
Canada Water, London SE16

Height: 124m | Floors: 35 | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: British Land

Planning application: Southwark 18/AP/1604

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 186 residential units

Current status: In Planning






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Southbank Place
2-4 York Road, London SE1

Height: 124m, 108m, 102m | Architect: Squire and Parters | Developer: Braeburn Estates

Planning application: Lambeth 12/04708/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 134,709m² floorspace | 877 residential units

Current status: Topped Out






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One Crown Place
1-17 Crown Place, London EC2

Height: 123m and 107m | Floors: 33 and 29 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: AlloyMTD

Planning application: Hackney 2015/0877

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 247 residential units | 32 bed hotel

Current status: Under Construction






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Elizabeth House
39 York Road, London SE1

Height: 123m | Floors: 29 | Architect: AHMM | Developer: HB Reavis

Planning application: - to be submitted -

Links: London forum thread | Official website




• 92,000m² office space

Current status: Pre-planning






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Chelsea Waterfront
Lots Road Power Station, Lots Road, London SW10

Height: 122m and 85m | Floors: 37 and 25 | Architect: Farrells | Developer: Hutchinson Whampoa

Planning application: Kensington & Chelsea PP/13/04082

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 706 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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Belmont
12-20 Wyvil Road, London SW8

Height: 122m | Floors: 36 | Architect: Stiff + Trevillion | Developer: Alchemi Group

Planning application: Lambeth 16/05114/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 219 residential units

Current status: Site Demolition






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Elephant & Castle Town Centre
Elephant & Castle, London SE1

Height: 121m, 117m, 83m, 82m, 77m, 69m, 53m | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: Delancey

Planning application: Southwark 16/AP/4458

Links: London forum thread | Official website


• 979 residential units | 184,371m² floorspace (GIA)

Current status: Approved






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Cherry Park
Stratford City, London E20

Height: 121m, 112m, 96m, 81m, 68m, 63m | Architect: Glen Howells Architects | Developer: Westfield

Planning application: LLDC 15/00358/OUT

Links: London forum thread | Official website


• 1,211 residential units

Current status: Approved






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Conington Road
209 Conington Road, London SE13

Height: 117m | Floors: 34 | Architect: EPR Architects | Developer: Meyer Homes

Planning application: Lewisham DC/17/101621

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 365 residential units

Current status: Approved






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Convoys Wharf
Convoys Wharf, Prince Street, London SE8

Height: 116m, 91m, 72m | Floors: 40, 32, 26 | Architect: Farrells | Developer: Convoys Properties Limited

Planning application: Lewisham DC/13/83358

Links: London forum thread



• 3,500 residential units

Current status: Site Preparation






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Plot N0201
Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10

Height: 115m | Floors: 36 | Architect: Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands | Developer: AEG Europe

Planning application: Greenwich 15/3552/F

Links: London forum thread



• 262 residential units

Current status: Approved






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20 Ropemaker Street
20 Ropemaker Street, London EC2

Height: 115m | Floors: 27 | Architect: Make Architects | Developer: Manford Properties and Great Elm Assets

Planning application: Islington P2017/3103

Links: London forum thread



• 64,742m² floorspace (GIA)

Current status: Approved






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The Stage Shoreditch
Shoreditch E1

Height: 115m | Floors: 38 | Architect: Pringle Brandon Drew | Developer: Plough Yard Developments

Planning application: Hackney 2012/3871

Links: London forum thread



• 385 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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Miles Street
Units 1 to 18, Rudolf Place, London SW8

Height: 115m | Floors: 37 | Architect: TP Bennett | Developer: Downing

Planning application: Lambeth 16/03954/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 841 student beds

Current status: Under Construction






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Taberner House
Taberner House, Park Lane, Croydon CR9

Height: 114m | Floors: 35 | Architect: AHMM | Developer: Hub Group

Planning application: Croydon 17/01046/FUL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 514 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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Stephenson Street
Former Parcelforce Depot, Stephenson Street, London E16

Height: 113m, 107m | Floors: 34, 32 | Architect: Patel Taylor and Sheppard Robson | Developer: Berkeley Homes

Planning application: Newham 17/01847/OUT

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 261,716m² residential space (GEA)

Current status: Approved






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The Ram Quarter
Ram Street, London SW18

Height: 113m | Floors: 35 | Architect: EPR Architects | Developer: Greenland Group

Planning application: Wandsworth 2012/5286

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 661 residential units | 10,683m² commercial space

Status: Under Construction






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Mondial House
102 George Street, Croydon CR9

Height: 112m | Floors: 35 | Architect: ESA Architects | Developer: Bridgewater Properties

Planning application: Croydon 16/00180/P

Links: London forum thread



• 220 residential units | 1,583m² office space (GIA)

Status: Approved






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Paris Garden
16-19 Hatfields and 1-5 Paris Garden, London SE1

Height: 111m | Floors: 26 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: Overcourt Limited

Planning application: Southwark 17/AP/4230

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 60,751m² floorspace (GIA)

Current status: Approved






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201-207 Shoreditch High Street
201-207 Shoreditch High Street, London E1

Height: 107m | Floors: 30 | Architect: Gensler | Developer: HG Europe and Folgate Estates

Planning application: Hackney 2015/2403

Links: London forum thread



• 11,866m² office space | 14,244m² hotel space

Current status: Approved






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Anthology Hale Works
SW Plot, Hale Village, Ferry Lane, London N17

Height: 107m | Floors: 33 | Architect: Hawkins\Brown | Developer: Anthology

Planning application: Haringey HGY/2017/2005

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 279 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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White City Living
54 Wood Lane, London W12

Height: 107m, 76m, 75m, 74m, 72m, 60m, 60m, 60m | Architect: Patel Taylor | Developer: St James

Planning application: Hammersmith & Fulham 2014/04726/OUT

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 1,465 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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Finsbury Tower
103-105 Bunhill Row, London EC1

Height: 106m | Floors: 28 | Architect: Horden Cherry Lee | Developer: CIT

Planning application: Islington P2016/3939/FUL

Links: London forum thread



• 39,687m² floorspace (GIA)

Current status: Under Construction






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West End Gate
285-329 Edgware Road, London W2

Height: 105m | Floors: 29 | Architect: Squire & Partners | Developer: Berkeley Group

Planning application: Westminster 15/11677/FULL

Links: London forum thread



• 652 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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Harrison Gibson Building
193-207 High Road, Ilford IG1

Height: 103m | Floors: 30 | Architect: AWW | Developer: Lumina Real Estate Capital

Planning application: Redbridge 4326/16

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 323 residential units

Current status: Approved






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Grosvenor Bermondsey
The Biscuit Factory and Bermondsey Campus site, Keetons Road, London SE16

Height: 103m, 69m | Floors: 28, 19 | Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox | Developer: Grosvenor

Planning application: Southwark 17/AP/4088

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• up to 1,343 residential units

Current status: In Planning






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Central House
56 Wood Lane, London W12

Height: 102m, 71m | Floors: 32, 22 | Architect: Pilbrow & Partners | Developer: St William

Planning application: Hammersmith & Fulham 2018/03058/FUL

Links: London forum thread



• 527 residential units

Status: In Planning






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Upper Riverside
Plots N0205, N0206 & N0207, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10

Height: 102m, 96m, 84m, 78m, 73m | Floors: 31, 29, 26, 23, 22 | Architect: SOM | Developer: Knight Dragon

Planning application: Greenwich 14/1799/F

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 1,007 residential units

Current status: Topped Out






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Goodluck Hope
Hercules Wharf, Castle Wharf and Union Wharf, London E14

Height: 101m, 72m, 56m | Floors: 29, 21, 16 | Architect: Allies and Morrison | Developer: Ballymore

Planning application: Tower Hamlets PA/14/03594

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 834 residential units

Current status: Under Construction






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The Gateway Building
1A Sheldon Square, London W2

Height: 101m | Floors: 20 | Architect: Carmody Groarke | Developer: British Land

Planning application: Westminster 17/05609/FULL

Links: London forum thread | Official website



• 14,677m² floorspace (GIA)

Current status: Approved






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Other projects
including towers below 100m


For a more comprehensive list of projects in London, including projects below 100m, please consult the Directory of Projects.






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Regeneration and opportunity area threads


Aylesbury
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=859444

Barking Riverside
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1699434

Blackwall Reach
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=630875

Brent Cross London
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=971398

Canada Water
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1791156

Charlton Riverside
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1962582

Croydon
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=580546

Earls Court
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1323805

Elephant and Castle
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=496579

Feltham
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1805405

Greenwich Peninsula
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=632984

Hackney Wick
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1920411

Isle of Dogs
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1363585

Kensal Canalside
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1904734

Kidbrooke Village
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=670786

King's Cross
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=505188

Kingston
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1827296

Lewisham
www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=888804

Malt Street
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1958587

Meridian Water
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1651291

New Bermondsey
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1950783

Nine Elms
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1623494

Old Kent Road
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1692047

Old Oak Common
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1640745

Paddington
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1844812

Royal Docks
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1350521

South Kilburn
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1681587

Stratford City
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=596478

Tottenham
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1892288

Wandsworth
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1412600

Woolwich
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1811901

Wembley Park
https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showt...php?p=78969056
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Wow! Bravo to SE9. Thanks for that POST! Very much appreciated!
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Quote:
the lowrise heart in reality looks like this. When people think of London this is where they'll visit:
I gotta admit this post was sometime back but that low rise photo looks like what we have here in the USA and that's our Capitol Washington D.C..

Great update-thanks man and by the way and London is BEYOND IMPRESSIVE!
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WOW, what an update! So much under construction in London, would love to get some updates of buildings currently under construction!
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Also, u/c London stadia (the city is now record breaking at over 1 million stadia capacity). These will be added on top:

Tottenham Hotspur, 62,000






Emirates Stadium increasing to 61,000


http://hendriksvisitedstadiums.com



New Stamford Bridge - increase to 60,000 currently on hold for the next year (the billionaire owner got pissed that he didn't get his UK visa allowed)


www.standard.co.uk

www.designbuild-network.com

Twickenham East Stand development (82,000)


https://nflfan.uk


Selhurst Park ^34,000


www.cpfc.co.uk

Lords' Panstadia development - ^30,000


www.psam.uk.com

www.psam.uk.com



Griffin Park ^20,000


https://e1.365dm.com



No1 Court, Wimbledon and its new retractable roof - 12,400


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I attended a match a few years ago at Emirates Stadium and it was a total blast. Great stadium with excellent views.
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Also MSG Sphere 23,000





www.guardian.co.uk

https://www.forbes.com/sites/markbee.../#1765f52058e3



Kia Oval new stand

From this:

www.clondoncity.co.uk


to this (40,000):


www.architectsjournal.co.uk, www.kiaoval.com


Craven Cottage (30,000)




http://stadiumdb.com
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London Centre for Music
Designs for a new multi-use concert venue for London have been announced. Located on the current home of the Museum of London (due to relocate to Farringdon) on London Wall, the designs by Diller Scofidio & Renfro envision a venue open to the public, with the main auditorium suspended from the ground, a second venue at the top of the building looking south towards St Paul’s Cathedral, and smaller performance spaces throughout. Images from Architects Journal.

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Those are some beautiful renderings. Wow.

I hope to visit when most of these buildings are completed/broke ground!
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Wow! Amazing update. I remember when Heron Tower stood relatively alone on the fringes of the City skyline. And that blood wolf moon shot is phenomenal. Thank you for the update!
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This doesn't cover new clusters away from the Thames, such as Stratford, Croydon or Elephant & Castle, but you get the idea.

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