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Development plans provide boost for City commercial sector

Plans for two high-rise office schemes have been revealed that could provide a significant boost to the commercial sector in the City of London. Hong …

Old and new

A 1960s office block in central London is being given a new lease of life with the addition of 13 new steel-framed floors. Located a short distance from Old …

Adaptable steel for future buildings

The immediate future for commercial buildings looks challenging as the economy emerges from the pandemic-enforced lockdown. Nick Barrett says that the …

Commercial success stories

A steel-framed solution is the tried and tested method for creating high-rise and cost-effective commercial schemes throughout the UK. London has traditionally …

City of London’s green tower gets the go-ahead

The City of London Corporation’s Planning and Transportation Committee has approved plans for what will be the first building in London to incorporate urban …

Contractor named for latest City of London tower

Skanska has won a £240M contract to construct 20 Ropemaker Street in Central London for its customer, Great Elm Assets, in association with Old Park Lane …

Signature structure highlights regeneration

Spanning an important London underground station and featuring an architecturally-detailed exposed steel frame, 21 Moorfields is a feat of engineering. Martin …

Retain and enlarge

A complex project that has included a partial demolition programme, strengthening of existing steelwork and the addition of new upper floors has extensively …

Plans in for Museum of London’s Smithfield cultural centre

The Museum of London has submitted a planning application to the City of London Corporation to transform a campus of market buildings in West Smithfield into a …

History lesson

The need to preserve and exhibit Roman remains has dictated the design and configuration of a steel transfer structure that supports a new student …

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