Developer SKMC has unveiled its design for the latest addition to London Docklands' skyline – a 237 m mixed-use tower at West India Quay.

If given the go-ahead, the quill-shaped building would be the second highest in the UK after Canary Wharf tower. The 63-storey skyscraper, designed by DMWR and Weintraub Associates and first revealed in Building last October, will include 31,500 m2 of office space, a 266-room hotel, 5400 m2 of restaurants and bars, 2400 m2 of retail space and 2700 m2 of health and fitness facilities. The scheme also includes a 20 m swimming pool on the 24th floor. A planning application is expected in mid-March. The project team includes landscape architect Derek Lovejoy Partnership, QS Gleeds, project manager MDA/Construction Alliance, structural engineer John Allen Consulting, services engineer Roberts & Partners and planning consultant GVA Grimley.