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Shard architect returns to London Bridge with Sellar

Shard developer Sellar has submitted plans for a £200m development featuring two more buildings designed by Renzo Piano in Southwark, south London.

The buildings will rise from four to 16 storeys.They were given a haircut following consultation with local groups and the council.

Located just south of London Bridge station, on Bermondsey’s Vinegar Yard, the combined 160,000ft2 scheme will have retail space at ground level with office space above.

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