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New plans emerge for 45-storey Docklands tower

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New concept proposals for a tower-led housing scheme at Glengall Bridge south of Canary Wharf have emerged

The project by O’Mahony Pike Architects and Metropolitan Workshop is the latest in series of designs put forward for the plot overlooking Millwall Inner Dock, in London’s Docklands and features a 45-storey tower.

Previous schemes for the site have included a 54-storey, 415-home tower by Sheppard Robson (2006) and a shorter development, also by Dublin and London O’Mahony Pike Architects drawn up, for Tameric Investments.

The Irish outfit investment and management company is behind the current proposals - named Glengall Quay - which went out to public consultation this week.

Due to be submitted for planning, the latest proposals features with a main 140m-tall housing tower and two smaller 15-storey blocks.

Although in their early stages, the plans are expected to included around 450 homes.

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