London’s skyline has been transformed in recent years by a cluster of new steel and glass towers. FT property correspondent Kate Allen reports from the top of the new Leadenhall Building, the tallest in the square mile City of London and popularly known as the Cheesegrater, on why London's status as a global centre is changing its skyline.
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