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Wednesday 6 February 2008 12.40pm
I just wondered if anyone had been to the exhibition that developers Oakmayne held the other week about their plans for this site? Unfortunately I couldn't make it. Would be intereting to know what they have in mind.
Monday 11 February 2008 12.20pm
Likewise I would be very interested. It's a horrible block at the moment and it's been empty for a while I think. It'd be nice to have something more pleasant.
Monday 11 February 2008 12.25pm
It has something to do with the Southbank University at present - perhaps a temporary/short lease?
Monday 11 February 2008 5.22pm
yet another e&c housing tower
Monday 11 February 2008 6.14pm
I'll email Oakmayne and see if I can get any info. Its a fairly ugly and run down building so I'd welcome a replacement, as long as its not too tall.
Tuesday 12 February 2008 8.33am
The new Enterprise Quarter Supplementary Planning Document suggests a tower of 100-120 metres:

http://www.london-se1.co.uk/news/pdf/eileenhouse.pdf

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Wednesday 13 February 2008 1.24pm
I was told yesterday that they want to have 55 stories - no way that should be allowed
PJ
Wednesday 13 February 2008 2.29pm
Why not? I think that could be brilliant. Would it be housing or offices?
Wednesday 13 February 2008 2.37pm
I was told they want to do 55 floors of housing
PJ
Wednesday 13 February 2008 3.23pm
Well that would be great for the area surely?
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