New images of what the City of London cluster will look like in 2026 have been released by the City of London Corporation as consultations on two major plans for the area come close to finishing.

The images include the new 56-storey 100 Leadenhall Street, with other buildings set to be completed by 2026 including 1 Leadenhall Street, 40 Leadenhall Street and 130 Fenchurch Street.

The pictures were revealed as consultation on the 25-year Transport Strategy and Local Plan draw to a close, scheduled to end on 13 January and 28 February respectively.

The Local Plan highlights seven key areas the City Corporation will support sustainable growth in the square mile, including growing the City cluster to close the gap between the Walkie Talkie and the other towers.

It will also introduce a requirement for all new developments to include a greening element and encourage more use of flexible and adaptable workspaces.

The plan will also promote developers to add walking routes through the base of tall buildings to reduce congestion in the City and create more interesting floor spaces.

The plan includes proposals for the country’s first zero emission zone, which would cover the City cluster. The City Corporation said the plan would enable the transformation of the square mile into a more attractive place to walk, cycle and spend time.

Chris Hayward, chairman of the Planning and Transportation Committee at the City of London Corporation, said: “These images remind us that the City’s skyscrapers are some of the most recognisable structures in the UK. But great cities are not made from great buildings alone.

“The ambitious policy proposals outlined in the Transport Strategy and the Local Plan aim to resolve challenges at street level, and in the river, air and open spaces, as well as ensuring that City buildings and infrastructure are more robust than ever.

“These plans will play a central part in shaping the future of the City of London therefore it is vital that we hear from the local residents, workers and key stakeholders that will be impacted.”