Eric Parry replaces PLP on Goodsyard towers

Bishopsgate Goodsyard (1)

Architect appointed to design scheme’s tallest element

Eric Parry Architects has been appointed to design a 29-storey office tower at Bishopsgate Goodsyard on the edge of the City of London.

The architect replaces PLP which stepped away from the scheme two years ago after disagreement over its plans for 46- and 38-storey residential towers.

The 4.4ha Shoreditch scheme is being masterplanned by FaulknerBrowns with elements of the scheme designed by Buckley Gray Yeoman, Chris Dyson and Spacehub.

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