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Jak będzie wyglądać londyńskie City w 2026 roku (5)

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The City of London has released new visualisations showing how its fast-changing skyline will look by 2026, as 13 schemes are currently under construction or due to begin construction in London???s Financial District. Around 60% of the City???s growth is expected to be delivered in the eastern cluster. As of September 2017, there was over 1.37 million square metres of office space under construction in the City with the potential to accommodate 85,000 workers. This compares to 1.22 million square metres in March 2016, before the vote to leave the European Union. Two noticeable trends have emerged around new tall developments approved by the City of London Corporation???s Planning and Transportation Committee; Public viewing galleries, Off-site consolidation. The City is internationally unique in its offer of so many free public viewing galleries in tall buildings, paving the way for tourists, school children and the wider public to enjoy London???s development from a great height. Six of the 13 upcoming developments will have free public viewing galleries. These are 22 Bishopsgate (TwentyTwo), 120 Fenchurch Street, 6-8 Bishopsgate, 1 Leadenhall Street and 1 Undershaft, which will also host a dedicated Museum of London gallery at the top of the building, alongside interactive learning spaces and London???s highest restaurant. These six include 2-3 Finsbury Avenue, located north of the eastern cluster. The City Corporation granted TwentyTwo planning permission on the condition that its deliveries are sent to an offsite consolidation centre. This is the first time an office tower has been subject to such a planning requirement. The City Corporation encourages the use of off-site consolidation to reduce the traffic, safety and environmental impacts of freight while improving safety and still allowing the City to receive the deliveries it needs. Chris Hayward, Planning Committee Chairman at the City of London Corporation said: ??sIt is unprecedented to see such a s
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The City of London has released new visualisations showing how its fast-changing skyline will look by 2026, as 13 schemes are currently under construction or due to begin construction in London???s Financial District. Around 60% of the City???s growth is expected to be delivered in the eastern cluster. As of September 2017, there was over 1.37 million square metres of office space under construction in the City with the potential to accommodate 85,000 workers. This compares to 1.22 million square metres in March 2016, before the vote to leave the European Union. Two noticeable trends have emerged around new tall developments approved by the City of London Corporation???s Planning and Transportation Committee; Public viewing galleries, Off-site consolidation. The City is internationally unique in its offer of so many free public viewing galleries in tall buildings, paving the way for tourists, school children and the wider public to enjoy London???s development from a great height. Six of the 13 upcoming developments will have free public viewing galleries. These are 22 Bishopsgate (TwentyTwo), 120 Fenchurch Street, 6-8 Bishopsgate, 1 Leadenhall Street and 1 Undershaft, which will also host a dedicated Museum of London gallery at the top of the building, alongside interactive learning spaces and London???s highest restaurant. These six include 2-3 Finsbury Avenue, located north of the eastern cluster. The City Corporation granted TwentyTwo planning permission on the condition that its deliveries are sent to an offsite consolidation centre. This is the first time an office tower has been subject to such a planning requirement. The City Corporation encourages the use of off-site consolidation to reduce the traffic, safety and environmental impacts of freight while improving safety and still allowing the City to receive the deliveries it needs. Chris Hayward, Planning Committee Chairman at the City of London Corporation said: ??sIt is unprecedented to see such a s
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The City of London has released new visualisations showing how its fast-changing skyline will look by 2026, as 13 schemes are currently under construction or due to begin construction in London???s Financial District. Around 60% of the City???s growth is expected to be delivered in the eastern cluster. As of September 2017, there was over 1.37 million square metres of office space under construction in the City with the potential to accommodate 85,000 workers. This compares to 1.22 million square metres in March 2016, before the vote to leave the European Union. Two noticeable trends have emerged around new tall developments approved by the City of London Corporation???s Planning and Transportation Committee; Public viewing galleries, Off-site consolidation. The City is internationally unique in its offer of so many free public viewing galleries in tall buildings, paving the way for tourists, school children and the wider public to enjoy London???s development from a great height. Six of the 13 upcoming developments will have free public viewing galleries. These are 22 Bishopsgate (TwentyTwo), 120 Fenchurch Street, 6-8 Bishopsgate, 1 Leadenhall Street and 1 Undershaft, which will also host a dedicated Museum of London gallery at the top of the building, alongside interactive learning spaces and London???s highest restaurant. These six include 2-3 Finsbury Avenue, located north of the eastern cluster. The City Corporation granted TwentyTwo planning permission on the condition that its deliveries are sent to an offsite consolidation centre. This is the first time an office tower has been subject to such a planning requirement. The City Corporation encourages the use of off-site consolidation to reduce the traffic, safety and environmental impacts of freight while improving safety and still allowing the City to receive the deliveries it needs. Chris Hayward, Planning Committee Chairman at the City of London Corporation said: ??sIt is unprecedented to see such a s
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The City of London has released new visualisations showing how its fast-changing skyline will look by 2026, as 13 schemes are currently under construction or due to begin construction in London???s Financial District. Around 60% of the City???s growth is expected to be delivered in the eastern cluster. As of September 2017, there was over 1.37 million square metres of office space under construction in the City with the potential to accommodate 85,000 workers. This compares to 1.22 million square metres in March 2016, before the vote to leave the European Union. Two noticeable trends have emerged around new tall developments approved by the City of London Corporation???s Planning and Transportation Committee; Public viewing galleries, Off-site consolidation. The City is internationally unique in its offer of so many free public viewing galleries in tall buildings, paving the way for tourists, school children and the wider public to enjoy London???s development from a great height. Six of the 13 upcoming developments will have free public viewing galleries. These are 22 Bishopsgate (TwentyTwo), 120 Fenchurch Street, 6-8 Bishopsgate, 1 Leadenhall Street and 1 Undershaft, which will also host a dedicated Museum of London gallery at the top of the building, alongside interactive learning spaces and London???s highest restaurant. These six include 2-3 Finsbury Avenue, located north of the eastern cluster. The City Corporation granted TwentyTwo planning permission on the condition that its deliveries are sent to an offsite consolidation centre. This is the first time an office tower has been subject to such a planning requirement. The City Corporation encourages the use of off-site consolidation to reduce the traffic, safety and environmental impacts of freight while improving safety and still allowing the City to receive the deliveries it needs. Chris Hayward, Planning Committee Chairman at the City of London Corporation said: ??sIt is unprecedented to see such a s
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The City of London has released new visualisations showing how its fast-changing skyline will look by 2026, as 13 schemes are currently under construction or due to begin construction in London???s Financial District. Around 60% of the City???s growth is expected to be delivered in the eastern cluster. As of September 2017, there was over 1.37 million square metres of office space under construction in the City with the potential to accommodate 85,000 workers. This compares to 1.22 million square metres in March 2016, before the vote to leave the European Union. Two noticeable trends have emerged around new tall developments approved by the City of London Corporation???s Planning and Transportation Committee; Public viewing galleries, Off-site consolidation. The City is internationally unique in its offer of so many free public viewing galleries in tall buildings, paving the way for tourists, school children and the wider public to enjoy London???s development from a great height. Six of the 13 upcoming developments will have free public viewing galleries. These are 22 Bishopsgate (TwentyTwo), 120 Fenchurch Street, 6-8 Bishopsgate, 1 Leadenhall Street and 1 Undershaft, which will also host a dedicated Museum of London gallery at the top of the building, alongside interactive learning spaces and London???s highest restaurant. These six include 2-3 Finsbury Avenue, located north of the eastern cluster. The City Corporation granted TwentyTwo planning permission on the condition that its deliveries are sent to an offsite consolidation centre. This is the first time an office tower has been subject to such a planning requirement. The City Corporation encourages the use of off-site consolidation to reduce the traffic, safety and environmental impacts of freight while improving safety and still allowing the City to receive the deliveries it needs. Chris Hayward, Planning Committee Chairman at the City of London Corporation said: ??sIt is unprecedented to see such a s
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.