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The capital set to light up
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High costs are hitting small firms
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Watch out London
Construction of 1 Leadenhall to begin in 2018
With improvement work due to start in Westminster in 2020, where will Parliament be held?
Dubai developers are planning to build a skyscraper to dwarf the Burj Khalifa, the tallest skyscraper in the world.
Brighton Pier, one of the UK’s most iconic structures, is set to be sold in an £18m deal.
The City’s tallest skyscraper, 22 Bishopsgate, is finally set to be built after getting green light from City of London authorities.
Everything on the Garden Bridge is lovely, says Garden Bridge Trust
Londoners don’t love skyscrapers, study finds
New hotel complex will feature shops and restaurants
Gherkin owner in a pickle
The skyscraper rich list
With a sovereign wealth fund as big as $256bn, all it takes Qatar to snap up London assets is the snap of a finger.
The Garden Bridge project reeks of cronyism and improper process. And here are the other 25 problems with it
The dystopian hellscape of the apparently unstoppable bridge
Developers submit plans for a change of use
22 Bishopsgate’s future hangs in balance
London loves skyscrapers?
Businesses will vote on whether they want to pay higher business rates for improved services
“Skyscrapers are destroying London’s skyline, it will soon be too late,” says campaigner Barbara Weiss
Corruption? Investigation finds Boris was out in the US promoting the Garden Bridge before it won the TfL design contest and “tried to cover it up”
Did the mayor of London try to cover up the “scandal”?
Monday morning madness…
The London HQ for The Economist Group has been sold to US property investor Tishman Speyer.
The skyscraper will become home to another 300 employees
London land is like gold dust, we all know that. But selling a Spitalfields public toilet for £1m? We’ve gone too far…