A fairly unremarkable 1980s office block that most people don't even notice save the branch of Boots on the ground floor could be demolished and replaced with a hotel.
In the 1930s, when Tooting was mostly farms, a grand cinema was built, and it's still there today, and still open to the public.
Long a landmark over London, the glowing 1960s letters from the top of the Centre Point tower are up for sale – to raise money for a homeless charity. The tower became controversial when it was left empty for several…
It's only a short bit of road, but potentially quite significant as the City of London is planning to pedestrianise part of Finsbury Circus.
The tallest tower in Stratford is either slightly late, or very late, depending on how you calculate it.
The Thames Barrier could get a pedestrian bridge next to it under plans that have been shown off by Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands. The proposed 530-metre long “Barrier Bridge” is a multi-span, double-leaf bascule bridge that would be situated immediately upstream…
Native Land and Transport for London (TfL) have unveiled their proposals for the redevelopment of South Kensington tube station.
Plans to rebuild the rather disheveled White Hart Lane station were submitted nearly two years ago, and works to build the new station are underway.
Dotted around the City of London are a number of very grand buildings, and while normally private, some are open to the public if you book a tour.
A large hotel with large cinema some 6 storeys below ground is currently under construction, and there will be tours of the building site next month.
Fancy a visit the sky garden at the top of a 42-storey private residential tower in Stratford's Queen Elizabeth Park?
The Geffrye Museum is currently closed for a major upgrade, but next month there will be a chance to go behind the hordings to see the building site.
In the middle of woods can be found a tall stone column, built to honour the man who built the UK's first industrial canals -- Francis Egerton, 3rd Duke of Bridgewater.
Westminster council has approved planning application for a 42-storey residential tower that has already been nicknamed the "cucumber".
Fancy having your name inscribed on the walls of a restored art-deco cinema? There's a chance in Bromley, South London.