4/6/20Nick Brown Architects has submitted plans for a 46-storey residential tower in Leeds that the practice claims will be Yorkshire's tallest.
4/6/20Providing accommodation for nearly 400 students, this scheme for client VITA Student is formed of three towers, the tallest of which stands at 18 storeys. Photography by Will Pryce and Richard Battye.
4/6/20Humans could complete a mile-high building by 2025.
4/6/20An 18-storey development of student accommodation could be built on a site in Leeds if new plans get the green light.
21/5/20The City of London has unanimously resolved to give planning consent to Eric Parry's 50 Fenchurch Street tower at its first virtual public planning and transportation committee.
21/5/20Work starts to redevelop historic yard and industrial buildings.
21/5/20As London keeps growing on upwards, we take a detailed look at five of London's most exciting skyscrapers that are both planned, and currently under construction.
Skyscrapers in London:fears for skyline as towers pop up in suburban hotspots of Ealing, Greenwich and Hackney
21/5/20The number of tower blocks completed in London in 2019 doubled compared to the year before.
Plans unveiled for Leeds 46 storey skyscraper to create one of the UK's tallest residential buildings
Plans for one of the tallest residential buildings in the country have been unveiled in Leeds.
15/5/20Developer Argent has unveiled plans to construct the world's tallest pure octagonal residential building at the Paradise site in Birmingham.
15/5/20The building services at 22 Bishopsgate will be run by an innovative integrated system called Smart Spaces, which maximises energy efficiency as well as enhancing flexibility and security
15/5/20The wait for a final planning decision on Foster + Partners' high-profile Tulip tower in London could go into next year after the latest stage of the protracted process was delayed by the coronavirus lockdown
The building services at 22 Bishopsgate will be run by an innovative integrated system called Smart Spaces, which maximises energy efficiency as well as enhancing flexibility and security.
The technology will use facial recognition to allow employees to access the building and allow them to grant visitors access too using a smartphone app.
Developer Peel L&P has submitted plans for the next major development at Liverpool Waters.
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