Plans for the tallest building in the City of London have been unveiled by Eric Parry Architects in London this week. The 73 storey development at 1 Undershaft in the City of London will rise to 309.6m AOD (Above Ordnance Datum) crowning the new cluster of planned skyscrapers in the square mile. The proposed building also includes the creation of a large public square at the base of the tower and a free public viewing gallery, education centre and restaurant at the top of the tower.
The design for the new tower has been commissioned by Singapore-based Aroland Holdings who are currently developing skyscrapers in capital cities around the world.
The Eric Parry Architects designed One Chamberlain Square, Paradise Birmingham for Argent / Hermes has received planning approval from Birmingham City Council. The building provides 172,000 sq ft of Grade A space over seven storeys, with an elegant curved façade and large roof terrace at the sixth floor level. The building forms part of the first phase of the Paradise Circus Masterplan which will transform Birmingham’s civic quarter with high quality architecture and revitalised public realm.
4 Pancras Square has won the award for Best Office Building (unbuilt) in the 2015 New London Awards. The 10 storey Grade A office building, located on the new Pancras Square is currently on site and due to complete in March 2017.