Sequential Leadership

122 Leadenhall Street, alternatively known as the ‘Leadenhall Building’, or the ‘Cheesegrater’ because of its distinctive wedge shape, is one of London’s newest and highest skyscrapers.

The building’s tapering profile, which when viewed from the west appears to ‘lean away’ from St Paul’s Cathedral, and its high-profile location – characterised by narrow and densely populated streets – along with the site’s remarkably tight footprint, made the construction process exceptionally challenging.

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