Having so effectively seen off the spectre of collapse, Lloyd's of London is resurgent. And what better way to recognise this than by building again. Its 1957 block, a dull Neo-Classical pile where degw had some little trouble a few years back (actually the threat of a massive lawsuit), is up for redevelopment. Meanwhile, what about the Richard Rogers Partnership 1986 building? City surveyors have been going round saying it is destined to become . . . a retail outlet. Can this be serious?