A London photographer captures dramatic images of the capital's new skyscrapers

The Scalpel on Lime Street. Credit: Ben Veasey

A London photographer has captured dramatic images of the capital's new skyscrapers as they emerge in the city.

Freelance photographer Ben Veasey, 50, lives in Canary Wharf and scours London looking for construction work and examples of London's changing skyline.

He began taking the photos in the 90s and collated 15 years’ worth of construction across the city.

Under development: One Blackfriars. Credit: Ben Veasey
Photographer captures London's new skyscrapers. Credit: Ben Veasey
Photographer captures London's new skyscrapers. Credit: Ben Veasey
Under development: 22 Bishopsgate. Credit: Ben Veasey
Under development: Bishopsgate in the City of London. Credit: Ben Veasey
The Atlas Building, east London. Credit: Ben Veasey
The Baltimore Tower, Isle of Dogs. Credit: Ben Veasey
Ongoing construction in Bank Street, Canary Wharf. Credit: Ben Veasey
Photographer captures London's new skyscrapers. Credit: Ben Veasey
The Dollar Bay development in Canary Wharf. Credit: Ben Veasey
Photographer captures London's new skyscrapers. Credit: Ben Veasey
Photographer captures London's new skyscrapers. Credit: Ben Veasey

Around 320 new structures are to be built across London in the next 10 years.

The plans include three new clusters of skyscrapers on the southern side of the Thames.

The will completely transform river views from Parliament, the Victoria Embankment and the Southbank promenade.

The buildings have been approved or are being built across 75 square miles.