The Enquirer can confirm that tower cranes were working again on the job this morning and construction teams were busy on the concrete cores.
The job came to a halt earlier this year following funding doubts and a number of false dawns have dogged the project’s potential restart.
But the Enquirer took a trip down to the site this morning to see work getting back underway.
The job is not back in full swing yet but construction teams are on site and the job was taking deliveries again with a driver clearly visible in one of the tower cranes.
The Bishopsgate tower will be the tallest in the City of London.
The project stalled just as the first Byrne Brothers poured concrete core rose out of the basement level earlier this year.