Above: The ten highest buildings in London, either built or consented as at June 2018
From left to right
1. One Canada Square by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, for Olympia & York. 235m. Completed 1991
2. Riverside South by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, for JP Morgan Chase. 237m. Consented 2008
3. 122 Leadenhall Street by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, for British Land with Oxford Properties. 225m. Completed 2013
4. One Undershaft by Eric Parry Architects, Aroland Holdings. 290m. Consented 2016
5. The Shard by Renzo Piano Workshop, Sellar Property Group. 310m. Completed 2012
6. 22 Bishopsgate by PLP Architects, Lipton Rogers with AXA IM – Real Assets. 278m. Consented 2017
7. Newfoundland Quay by Horden Cherry Lee Architects, South Quay Properties. 220m. Consented 2016
8. Spire London by HOK, Greenland Group. 235m. Consented 2016
9. Landmark Pinnacle by Squire and Partners, Chalegrove Properties Limited. 233m. Consented 2013
10. 110 Bishopsgate by Kohn Pedersen Fox, Heron International. 230m.
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