TfL’s office development at Bank tube station gets taller
An office block that will be built above Bank tube station's new Cannon Street entrance will be taller than originally planned after the City of London approved a request to add an extra floor to the top of the building.
Architecture tours from Open City
Open City, the team that runs the annual London Open House Weekend also puts on an all-year programme of events, including architecture walking tours.
Plans to restore derelict railway arches next to the Emirates stadium
A row of blocked-off railway arches near the Arsenal football club could be opened up and rented out as part of a property development nearby if planning permission is granted.
Plans to convert the historic Custom House into a hotel blocked
The plans to convert the Georgian-era Custom House building next to the Tower of London into an upmarket hotel have been blocked by the planning inspector.
Plans for a new City of London skyscraper shown off
A new skyscraper could loom over London if plans for the redevelopment of a site next to the old NatWest Tower go ahead.
Inside the revamped Royal College of Surgeons
A grand classical-looking building facing onto Lincolns Inn Fields conceals a totally revamped interior with a huge new floor to ceiling atrium. This is the Royal College of Surgeons headquarters which hasn't been revamped but entirely rebuilt behind its stone facade.
Derelict Silvertown development gets the go ahead, again
The redevelopment of derelict land in docklands that surrounds the dominant Millennium Mills for new housing is getting started after a number of lengthy delays.
Open House London’s 2022 guide is now available for preorder
Open House London, the chance to see inside hundreds of buildings across the whole of London is back again, and you can pre-order the annual guide at an early-bird price.
Battersea Power Station’s restored control room revealed
The first photos of the restored Control Room A at Battersea Power Station have been released, showing the long banks of dials and electromechanical switches that used to be a hive of activity when the power station was still active.
See inside the remarkable 575 Wandsworth Road
A somewhat shabby looking terraced house on a busy road in Wandsworth conceals an artistic marvel, a whole house filled with hand-carved wooden decoration
Plans to demolish M&S Oxford Street put on hold
A plan to demolish the Marks and Spencer store at the Marble Arch end of Oxford Street has been called in by the government for a review.
South Kensington’s tube station oversite development is back
Plans for an oversite development around South Kensington tube station are back after the developer filed an appeal against the council's refusal to permit the development.
Consultation on plans to redevelop the Museum of London site
A fresh consultation has opened to decide what to do with the Museum of London site when the museum moves out to its new home in Smithfields.
TfL planning new housing development next to Barkingside tube station
TfL is working on plans to build just under 100 new homes next to Barkingside tube station on industrial land that's currently used by a builders supplier.
Four London pubs get heritage listing protection
A number of pubs across the UK, including four in London have been given new or enhanced protection to ensure their historic designs are saved for future generations.
Immaculate Art Deco home in South London gets preservation order
A perfectly preserved Art Deco house in South London that was at risk of being lost has been granted listed protection.
Transport for London seeking a partner for its property developments
Transport for London (TfL) has started a search for a new joint venture partner to create a portfolio of three new commercial office developments at Bank, Paddington and Southwark.
Camden Highline moves forward with plans to open up a disused railway
Plans to convert a disused railway in North London into an elevated walkway for pedestrians has taken a step forward after the team behind the project filed for formal planning permission for the first of three phases.
Tickets Alert: Tours of the new Museum of London site in Smithfield
Fancy a sneak peek inside the Museum of London's new Smithfield site while it's still a building site?
London Festival of Architecture returns this summer
The annual festival of architecture is returning, with in the flesh events once more, and a theme based on how buildings can reflect changing needs in society.
Barbican Centre to spend up to £150 million on major revamp
The team that will lead the revamping of the Barbican Centre has been announced, and they have a pot of between £50-£150 million to spend.
M&S Oxford Street store demolition put on hold
Plans by M&S to demolish its Oxford Street - Marble Arch store and replace it with a smaller store and more offices have been put on hold after the Communities Secretary Michael Gove called the scheme in for review.
Campaign seeks to save Angel’s postmodern office block
A heritage group is campaigning against plans to partially demolish the distinctive brick and stone-clad office block that sits above Angel tube station.
Restoration of the Crystal Palace Subway has started
After long years of planning and fundraising, the restoration of the remarkable Crystal Palace subway has started this week.