Developers McLaren Property and Citygrove have submitted plans for a 50-storey tower in Vauxhall in London
The mixed-use scheme, known as New Bondway, has been designed by architect Kohn Pedersen Fox and comprises 450 flats, as well as offices and shops.
The plans lodged with Lambeth council propose a 50-storey private residential tower; a 23-storey residential block on the southern part of the site; and a four storey horizontal office element linking the two buildings and intersecting the main tower.
The main tower will rise to 170m.
The scheme replaces a previous plans for a 42-storey skyscraper, designed by architect Make, called Bondway, which was thrown out at public inquiry in early 2011.