10 Upper Bank Street – London

GENERAL DATA

Architect: Kohn Pederson Fox
Developer: Canary Wharf Contractors
Owner: Clifford Chance
Airspace Protection Lighting: Medium Intensity ICAO Type C

TECHNICAL DATA

Height: 151m
Floor Count: 32
Materials: Glass and Steel
CEL Aviation Lighting: CEL-MI-ACWGAM

10 Upper Bank Street, London E14 is a 151m tall office that makes up part of larger cluster of tall buildings in the financial area of the Docklands Business District.

Located in East London, the Docklands was the historic shipping port for London, serving the global trade from around the world from the 1800s.

In the late 1980s, a regeneration program for the Docklands began via the London Docklands Development Corporation to improve socially and to appeal to new business away from the City of London, Citi Tower along with many others have spearheaded the rise upwards when topping out in 1999 at 200m.

In 2018 10 Upper Bank Street was refitted with CEL aviation lighting products, due to quality, intelligent inbuilt control, ease of service and competitive pricing.