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Victory bells ring for HOK after Bow planning win - image

HOK International and David Walker Architects have won planning permission for this 'landmark' office development on London's Cheapside.

Developed by Paternoster Square developer Stanhope, the £50 million redevelopment of Bow Bells House was given the green light by City planners on Tuesday.

The 20,000m 2project, located next to St Mary le Bow Church, is a seven-storey office building with retail and restaurants at ground level.

Stanhope project director Andy Butler said: '[The project] demonstrates Stanhope's credentials as a leading developer of commercial space in the City of London and illustrates the strength of our ongoing client relationships.'

Construction is expected to start at the end of June.

by Rob Sharp

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