Re: Spectre, one year later
Well then there's the whole third act and of course destroying an actual historic real building in London.
But the building was set for demolition after the damage it sustained in Skyfall. It just came forward on the schedule a bit.
Though the damage was significant, I find it hard to believe that it warranted demolishing the entire building as the majority of the building was unaffected. In Spectre the damage was shown to be far more significant than it was in Skyfall, but the events of Skyfall did not warrant the demolition of the building. Maybe it's possible that the SIS requested that the Bond series no longer use their building in their films (perhaps so tourists like me don't snoop around to check out the building), but that's unlikely.