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20-06-2002 > Minerva Propose New Grimshaw Design

The Minerva Building, LondonMinerva have unveiled their latest plans for St Botolphs House in the city which if complete will be the tallest building. The previous design has been completely scrapped and replaced by a triangular skyscraper with sheer glass faces although Nicholas Grimshaw Associates stay on as the architect.

09-09-2001 > Minerva Plan New City Skyscraper

St Botolph House, LondonMinerva PLC, spurred on by the Corporation of London, are to propose a new skyscraper for the City of London on the eastern fringe.

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05-05-2000 > Ken Comes Out For Talls

No imageKen Livingstone has won the position of Mayor of London in a hard fought election. He has been quoted as saying that he wants "a 21st century skyline of graceful skyscrapers for the city" and as the top man responsible for London wide planning this means new high quality tall developments are likely to get all the extra encouragement.

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05-05-2000 > Liverpools Cascading Towers

Capital ExchangeA collection of towers called Capital Exchange for the Liverpool waterfront were revealed today by developer Richard Miller of Rumford Developments that have been designed by KPF.

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04-05-2000 > Heron Quays Takes Off

Heron Quays under constructionThe Canary Wharf Courier has reported that construction has begun on the foundations of the HQ buildings at Heron Quays / Canary Wharf South in London. HQ 1 will be about 15-storeys, HQ 2 42-storeys, HQ 3 22-30 storeys and HQ 5 33-storeys with HQ4 the baby at 12-storeys, meaning three of them should come in around the 150 metre plus mark.

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23-03-2000 > Bernerd Has Towering Plan For Chelsfield

Grand Union Building original designDeveloper Elliott Bernerd wants a 40-storey tower designed by Richard Rogers at Paddington Basin and a new name for the station he is to build at White City.

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10-04-2000 > 600m Skyscraper Plan Unveiled

London Bridge TowerEurope's tallest building could be built on the South Bank in London if proposals for a 600 million project are approved by Southwark Council.

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25-02-2000 > Arena Central Approved

Arena CentralPlanning permission has been fully granted for the new city tower, Arena Central following John Prescott's review of the project.

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