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Landmark Pinnacle

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Status
  
Under construction

Country
  
United Kingdom

Floor count
  
75

Floors
  
75

Town or city
  
London

Current tenants
  
Vacant site

Height
  
233 m

Architecture firm
  
Squire and Partners

Landmark Pinnacle

Client
  
Chalegrove Properties Limited

Address
  
15 Westferry Rd, Isle of Dogs, London E14 8JH, UK

Similar
  
Isle of Dogs, Riverside South, South Quay Plaza, Newfoundland Quay, 40 Leadenhall Street

Landmark Pinnacle is a skyscraper approved for construction in Canary Wharf on the Isle of Dogs, London, United Kingdom. It is set to be the tallest residential building in the EU. The development was formerly known as City Pride - the same name as the public house it replaces, before a name change in 2016.

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Site history

The City Pride public house was formally the only building on the site and closed in 2012. Oracle Group purchased the freehold in 2007 for £6.75M and sold it to Glenkerrin for £32M in 2008. Chalegrove Properties Limited purchased the site (and the associated Island Point site) from the administrators of Glenkerrin for £43M in 2011. In 2016, a development loan of £320m was agreed in order to continue with construction.

Planning

Chalegrove Properties registered a planning application with Tower Hamlets in December 2012 for the erection of a residential-led mixed-use tower of 75 floors comprising 822 residential units and 162 serviced apartments and associated amenities. The application was permitted (subject to conditions) on 9 October 2013. The application is subject to a Section 106 Agreement with a total amount payable to Tower Hamlets of £5,182,279.

Island Point

Chalegrove Properties registered a planning application in December 2012 for a development of 173 homes at a site located at 443-451 Westferry Road in a linked application with what was then known as the City Pride development to fulfill the affordable housing conditions. The application was permitted (subject to conditions) on 9 October 2013. The application is subject to a Section 106 Agreement with a total amount payable to Tower Hamlets of £4,069,361 (including £2,734,636 for the provision of educational facilities in the Borough).

References

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