London Design Gets Go Ahead to Transform Landscape

25 April 2008 (Last Updated April 25th, 2008 11:11)

A half-doughnut-shaped design set to regenerate the 30 Old Bailey address in London has been approved by the City of London's planning and transport committee. The plans, set to dramatically change London's landscape, feature a chequers-board glazed frontage on the nine-storey semi-circ

A half-doughnut-shaped design set to regenerate the 30 Old Bailey address in London has been approved by the City of London's planning and transport committee.

The plans, set to dramatically change London's landscape, feature a chequers-board glazed frontage on the nine-storey semi-circle development.

Designed by Make architects for Land Securities, the building will consist of approximately 423,000ft² of offices and 41,000ft² of retail space.

By staff writer