This week, will see a temporary change to the Bracknell skyline as a 50 metre tower crane will be erected in the The Lexicon Bracknell construction site. The tower crane is slightly shorter than the highest building in the town centre, Ocean House and will be in situ for six months. The crane can lift up to 12 tonnes and will be used to safely transport steel and concrete to progress the area that will house Cineworld, Next, Wagamama and others. Simon Russian, Development Manager for Legal & General on behalf of the Bracknell Regeneration Partnership, comments: “This major piece of equipment seen in other major construction sites marks an incredibly exciting time in the construction programme. "We´re very happy with the progress that has been made on site so far and the arrival of the crane will see the momentum of the work pick up even further." Cllr Marc Brunel Walker, executive member for economic development and regeneration, said: "It will be phenomenal to see this massive piece of kit on site from this week, it’s yet another symbol of how much progress is being made to create our newly regenerated town centre."