28/7/21SimpsonHaugh and Partners has unveiled designs for two 51-storey glass skyscrapers set to join the Deansgate Square cluster to the south of Manchester's city centre.
27/7/21Proposals for a 30-storey tower in Birmingham city centre as part of wider plans to create more than 500 apartments have been recommended for approval.
23/7/21Hackney Council has approved Make's plans for a major office development in Shoreditch, east London.
22/7/21The City of London Corporation has released new images visualising the Square Mile's skyline by the mid 2020 following the addition of several more skyscrapers.
21/7/21George Iacobescu to be replaced by chief executive Shobi Khan.
20/7/21The City of London Corporation has unveiled a visualisation of how the Square Mile's skyline will look by the mid 2020s should six planning approved towers be built.
15/7/21Build to rent developer Platform_ has appointed Graham to deliver its £100m scheme on the banks of the Clyde.
14/7/21Scotland-based architect Kettle Collective has unveiled its design for a spiralling 703m tower for St Petersburg, Russia that would be the second highest skyscraper in the world next to Dubai's Burj Khalifa (828m).
13/7/21Developer Progressive Living submits plans for 485 co-living units plus hotel.
9/7/21Mace has completed One Crown Place, the latest landmark in London, on behalf of clients MTD Group and CBRE.
8/7/21Construction of the world's tallest modular building, the 135m-tall Ten Degrees Croydon in south London, has been completed.
6/7/21Octagon scheme designed by Glenn Howells part of developer's Paradise development.
2/7/21Graham Morrison hails the tower, designed with Arney Fender Katsalidis, as 'the first of a new generation of offices', offering Canary Wharf-scale space in the City of London. But have the crash, Covid, Brexit and the climate crisis changed the game?
1/7/21Octagon scheme designed by local practice Glenn Howells.
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