Landmark London skyscraper on bid for redevelopment

A landmark commercial and residential building is under consideration for the UK’s tallest skyscraper, after it was chosen for its high quality of design, commercial and heritage value.

The £250 million Shard will be built on a plot of land owned by the London borough of Lambeth.

Lambeth is a popular location for architects and developers, as the borough is located in the centre of London and has a strong commercial sector.

The area has also attracted a large number of visitors to Lambeth from abroad, with the city attracting nearly 10 million people last year.

Landmark skyscraper will be designed by London-based firm of Kroll, which won a competition for the design in the United States last year with a project for a large office building.

The skyscraper is scheduled to be built in the heart of Lambestown, a traditional working-class area that has a population of around 1.4 million.

It is currently owned by a group of investors, who are selling the land for £1.8 billion.

The developers have made plans to move the development into a luxury building and have plans to develop a new neighbourhood.

The project was one of two winning designs submitted for the project.

The other winning design is the £100 million Shard Tower, a mixed-use development at St George’s, where the UK is located, which was chosen by the architecture firm Kroll.

It is currently under construction and is due to be completed in 2020.

Kroll, based in London, has been working on the design of the project for the last three years.

It has been in the works for some time, and is expected to take about five years to complete.

It is expected that the development will include a new residential tower, retail space, retail and office space, and a new community centre.

The Shard will feature a unique, 360-degree curved glass façade, which will allow it to receive views from across the whole building.

Kroll’s winning design was designed by British architect, Frank Gehry, who is famous for his buildings including The Empire State Building, The National Gallery of Victoria and the Grand Canal Bridge in New York.

It will have three stories, and will have two floors for office and residential spaces.

The tower will be able to withstand up to 40 earthquakes, with up to two million cubic metres of concrete being required.

The building will be topped with a glass roof.

(Reporting by David Bailey; Editing by Chris Reese)