The £1bn Pinnacle skyscraper may be given the go-ahead after construction was stopped last year over cost concerns.
If built, the Pinnacle at 200 Bishopsgate will be the second-tallest skyscraper in the UK. It’s budget is twice that of the £450m Shard.
Construction work for the 63-storey tower was stopped after architects felt the building’s “helter-skelter” shape meant that all windows would be different in size.
In October 2012, developers Arab Investments told architects KPF to re-design the building.
The architects have made changes to the floor plans and interior by cutting retail space to make room for commercial offices and a bigger atrium.
The Independent reported the new designs may require further planning permission.