1 Leadenhall Street

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1 Leadenhall Street
1 Leadenhall Street.jpg
Architect's computer-generated image of how the building is expected to look
General information
StatusApproved
LocationLondon, EC3
United Kingdom
CoordinatesCoordinates: 51°30′48″N 0°05′02″W / 51.5134°N 0.0840°W / 51.5134; -0.0840
Completed2021[1]
ClientBrookfield Property Partners
Height
Roof182.7m[2]
Technical details
Floor count38
Floor area63,273 square metres (681,065 sq ft)
Design and construction
ArchitectMake Architects
Structural engineerRobert Bird Group
Website
www.makearchitects.com/projects/1-leadenhall-street/

1 Leadenhall Street is an approved 36-storey, 183-metre skyscraper to be built adjacent to Leadenhall Market in London. It will replace the existing building located at 1 Leadenhall Street known as Leadenhall Court, and is expected to be completed in 2021.[1]

Planning history[edit]

A planning application was submitted to the Corporation of London in August 2016. The description included with the application is as follows:

Demolition of the existing building and redevelopment to provide a 36 storey building with 28 floors for office use (Class B1) with retail floorspace (Class A1-A4), office lobby and loading bay at ground floor, 2 levels of retail floorspace (flexible Class A1-A4) at first and second floors, a publicly accessible terrace and winter garden (sui generis) at second floor, 5 floors of plant and ancillary basement cycle parking, cycle facilities and plant (63,273sq.m GIA) (182.7m AOD). Leadenhall Court 1 Leadenhall Street London EC3V 1AB[2]

The planning application was approved in January 2017.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Kollewe, Julia (25 January 2017). "London to get another skyscraper as 36-storey 1 Leadenhall is approved". the Guardian.
  2. ^ a b "Planning Application Documents - 16/00859/FULEIA". Corporation of London. 18 August 2016. Retrieved 9 June 2017.
  3. ^ Kollewe, Julia (25 January 2017). "London to get another skyscraper as 36-storey 1 Leadenhall is approved". The Guardian. Retrieved 9 June 2017.
  4. ^ Morby, Aaron (25 January 2017). "Brookfield's 36-floor City of London tower approved". Construction Enquirer. Retrieved 9 June 2017.