London's worst buildings
What's the worst bit of architecture London? Vote here to have your say
What’s the biggest eyesore in London? What’s this city's most overblown monument to architectural egoism? You don’t have to be Prince Charles to have strong opinions about our capital’s concrete carbuncles, especially if you have to see them every day on your way to work. To dampen the soaring spirits attendant upon the launch of London’s latest all-seeing, omnipresent statement construction, The Shard, we’ve compiled a list of 20 of this city's most unloved landmarks.
Surprisingly, some of these reviled buildings also turn up on our best-of list too, so take a minute to vote for your favourite as well. If we’ve missed something truly horrible, please let us know in the comments below.
You know you want to – go on, consign something to virtual demolition!
Designed for the GLC by Kate Macintosh in 1966, these terraced blocks of around 300 flats don’t so much resemble the Hanging Gardens of Babylon as a couple of giant cross-Channel ferries run aground on a hill in south east London. Recently refused a listing status on the basis that there was no sufficient architectural merit, they block the views from nearby Forest Hill and could be well replaced by a nice breath of fresh of air and some empty space.
Dawson St, E2