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Developer British Land has this week submitted a planning application for a new 224.5m high steel framed, glass clad building in the City of London. The Leadenhall Building was designed by the Richard Rogers Partnership with consultant Arup. The transparent tower will contain 48 floors including 53,600m 2of office space along with bars, restaurants and a theatre on the lower levels.

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