UK-based Careyjones Architects has redesigned the Sky Garden Tower in London to make it slimmer and symmetrical.

The project is reportedly being delivered for property company FRASER.

The current project is being redesigned to offer more commercial space.

The 34-storey scheme will feature an extra 61 residential units and a 53% decrease in office space.

A local group, however, has complained that the affordable homes will not have access to the 500m² top-floor gardens, planted with trees and shrubs.