Sheppard Robson has been given the green light for this office development in front of Victoria Station in London. Westminster council rubber-stamped the nine-storey scheme, which will replace two existing buildings. At the north end of the building, the upper floors are set back to produce a floating canopy - a feature that has already been dubbed 'the bonnet'. Below ground, the existing basement will be given over to Transport for London as part of proposals for a new entrance to ...
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