That article describes the former ITV site as "Prince's Wharf and the SBK Building".
My assumption / educated guess is that "Prince's Wharf" is the former Studio 8 / This Morning building, and therefore "SBK Building" means the towerblock?
I can obviously work out that the first two letters must stand for South Bank, but what the blithering flip is the K supposed to stand for?
Over the years I've read/heard people refer to it as everything from "the LWT tower" to "The London Studios", but prior to reading that article I've never in my life encountered it being referred to as "SBK Building"
Yes, it'll be just to distinguish the two parts of the site, that's all it is to them - a development site they're working on. It's been out of the hands of ITV for a while, last time I came past it the windows had marketing for the sale of the site on it with a generic name
Presumably the removal of that bridge is because Princes Wharf isn't part of the development and was only leased by ITV. It detaches the two so that the owners of Princess Wharf can do whatever they need to
Go to the link that Technologist posted and look at page 8, they refer to it as "Kent House", I'm guessing that's where the K comes from. "South Bank Kent" perhaps?
They refer to only the tower as Kent House, as opposed the podium block which is the bit with the studios. The bridge went to the latter.
The K is the last letter in bank, its that simple