Construction Update: Upper Riverside

The residential lead development on the site, of the former David Beckham Football Academy is nearing practical completion.

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Upper Riverside is situated adjacent to the 02 Arena
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Upper Riverside, features a temporary art installation by British artist Morag Myerscoug Colourblock Cranes.
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Graffi on construction hoardings
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Cladding reflecting a crane
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Top section of one of the plots
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The plots of Upper Riverside diverge as they approach the river to maximise daylight for residents.
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The rear view of Upper Riverside
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The spires of the 02 coming into view from Upper Riverside

Project Information

Address: Plots: N0205, N0206 and N0207, Greenwich Peninsula, SE10

Architect: Skidmore Ownings and Merrill

Borough: Greenwich

Developer: Knight Dragon

Floors: 31 | 30 | 27 | 23 | 21

Height: 102 – 70m

Residential units: 1,007

Construction update: Keybridge

The residential lead development on the site of the former British Telecom telephone exchange in Nine Elms.

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Fentiman/South Lambeth Road
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South Lambeth Road
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Wyvil/South Lambeth Road
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Wyvil Road
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Trenchold Street

Project information

Address: Keybridge, 80 South Lambeth Road, London SW8 1RG

Architect: Allies & Morrison

Borough: Lambeth

Developer: Mount Anvil and Fabrica

Educational: A two-form primary school

Floors: 35 | 21

Height: 125 | 74m

Residential units: 441

Glasshouse Gardens

A duo of residential towers in Stratford, that look onto Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

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Catching the late afternoon light
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Viewed from the Aquatics Centre
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Within the The International Quarter development

London Wall Place

The elevated pedestrian walkways surrounding London Wall Place have been opened to the public.

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Catching the afternoon sun
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Note the bend of the path around the remnant of the London Wall
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Close up of the London Wall, which aforementioned development derives its name from.
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Pedestrian links towards the Barbican Centre
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Public Realm near Salters Hall
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Foliage on London Wall Place
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London Wall fits in on London Wall

Project Information

Address: 1-2 London Wall Place, London EC2Y 5DH

Architect: Make Architects

Developer: Brookfield and Oxford Properties

Floors: 12 | 16

Ward: Bassishaw

Office floorspace: 500,000 sq ft

Public Realm: 45,000 sq ft of public green space

Landmark Pinnacle

A rise residential development by Squire & Partners architects and developers Chalegrove, which still stand at 233m making it one of the tallest residential towers in the UK.

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Eastern facade facing onto Marsh Wall
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Slip form of Landmark Pinnacle
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completed floors awaiting cladding installation
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Landmark Pinnacle will stand amongst the other towers of Canary Wharf
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Between the gaps of 1 Bank Street (Left) and Newfoundland (Right)

Project Information

Address: 15 Westferry Road, London E14 8JH

Architect: Squire and Partners

Borough: Tower Hamlets

Developer: Chalegrove Properties

Floors: 75

Height: 233m

Residential units: 822 residential units | 162 serviced apartments

Vauxhall, Nine Elms & Battersea by night.

An evening of long exposure along the north bank, of the Thames taking in some of its most recent additions.

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The high end residential developments lining the Albert Embankment
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M.I.5
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Tintagnel House and 88 Albert Embankment (Charity Towers)
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St Georges Wharf and The Tower
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Recent additions to the Nine Elms skyline
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The recently opened Embassy for the United States.
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Battersea Power Station and Phase 1 (Circus West)
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The VNEB opportunity area by night
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Chelsea Waterfront and the disused Lots Road Power Station

22 Bishopsgate

Construction update of the tallest of the many towers being built in the Square Mile.

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Old Broad Street
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Bishopsgate
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Leadenhall Street
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Bank Junction
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Queen Victoria Street

Project Information

Address: 22 Bishopsgate, London, EC3

Architect: PLP Architecture

Developer: Axa Real Estate and Lipton Rogers

Floors: 62

Height: 278m

Ward: Lime Street

Office floorspace: 1,291,700 sq ft

Public Realm: Public viewing gallery at the top and improved access from Bishopsgate to St Mary’s Axe