Make’s rejigged Leadenhall plans set for green light

Make's latest 1 Leadenhall scheme looms over the neighbouring Leadenhall Market

City of London poised to approve tweaked 36-storey tower

Ken Shuttleworth’s Make Architects is set to receive planning permission for a revised version of its 1 Leadenhall tower in the City of London.

The practice won planning permission for a 36-storey scheme designed for developer Brookfield last year, and subsequently secured non-material amendments to the scheme earlier this year.

But over the summer it lodged a new planning application shrinking the building’s height by around six metres and reducing the amount of proposed retail floorspace at the same time as boosting the space allocated to office and ancillary uses.

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