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Plans for skyscraper on PwC site are delayed

The Shard of Glass, to be built on site of PwC office, Southwark Towers, faces delay

Building work is set to be delayed at the
‘Shard of
Glass’
skyscraper, which is planned to be built on the site of
PricewaterhouseCoopers office Southwark Towers.

The new build is unlikely to be completed before 2012, three years after its
original completion date, following infighting among the consortium behind the
project, reports The Business.

PwC is
expected to vacate Southwark Towers in the Summer, with demolition planned for
October or November.

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