100 new tall buildings for London

Tuesday 5 March – Saturday 27 July 2019

Free Entry

NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, WC1E 7BT

Here we present 100 tall building projects that are in delivery or that have been delivered in the past five years, showcasing their scale, mix of use and offer to the city through public space, ground floor use and material quality.

The projects include buildings in London at the early stages of proposals, in planning, being approved or under construction - showing that tall buildings will contribute to a significant quantity of London’s current and future development projects, with the potential to provide much-needed new homes. 

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Location:
NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, WC1E 7BT

Please note, from Monday 4 September until late next year, there will be exit only and no entry to Goodge Street Tube station between 07:30 and 10:00 on weekdays. Please use nearby Tottenham Court Road or Warren Street Tube stations for the Northern line.

Price:
Free Entry

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NLA and the Building Centre

Monday to Friday: 9.30 am - 6.00 pm
Saturday: 10.00 am - 5.00 pm

We are closed on Sundays, Bank Holidays, Easter Saturday and for the Christmas period from 24th December to the first working weekday of January.

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London Tall Buildings Survey 2019 – report launch

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New London Architecture presents the sixth London Tall Buildings Survey 2019. The research teams will present the findings of the new survey, providing the annual snapshot of new tall developments in London.

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NLA London Tall Buildings Survey 2019

Tall buildings are increasingly becoming part of London, a city traditionally associated with a low-rise, low-density character. In the past few years, major clusters of tall buildings have been taking shape across London – from Nine Elms to Elephant and Castle to the Isle of Dogs and Croydon. With a pipeline of over 500 tall buildings either in planning, approved or under construction, as revealed by the 2018 NLA London Tall Buildings Survey, London is expected to see more of these clusters built over the next decade.

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