Plans for the iconic site, billed as the biggest London construction project outside the 2012 Olympics, have been dogged by opposition, with Mayor Boris Johnson rejecting previous proposals.
However, signs are reportedly good for Treasury Holdings, with reports that the authorities have looked favourably on its proposition.
Curving blocks of office, retail and residential space, along with a hotel and hospital, have been submitted alongside plans to extend the Northern Line to accommodate the site. This latter element is estimated to cost £450m.
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