With Omnicom the latest to make the move to SE1, the media and creative sector’s shift towards Southwark shows no signs of slowing down.
We’ve already got The Shard. Later this year, we’ll see the completed Cheesegrater and the Walkie-Talkie. Already, a fresh crop of construction projects are being proposed and they’re looking more futuristic than ever.
Despite claims that commercial property investors are turning away from the capital in favour of regional cities such as Manchester and Birmingham, construction on two large-scale London office developments is to begin later this year – demonstrating developers’ confidence in the capital.
A flurry of interest around The Place and The Shard suggests that things may be looking up for the London Bridge Quarter.
In what could be one of London’s biggest office moves in 2013, Ogilvy & Mather looks set to bid farewell to its Canary Wharf home.
Provision, an ITV Studio subsidiary, is set to open an office in London in addition to its existing spaces in Leeds and Manchester. The office will be located at the ITV Television Centre where staff can service existing ITV productions from the same building.
Shell agree deal for £300 million redevelopment of Shell Centre on South Bank. Canary Wharf Group and Qatari Diar to redevelop building, while Shell staff temporarily relocate to Canary Wharf and The Strand. Oil conglomerate Shell have this week confirmed that their landmark Shell Centre on the South Bank will undergo a £300 million redevelopment […]
Office space take up in the City of London doubles. Statistics show that take up of office space in the City of London has doubled. Recent research from property experts CB Richard Ellis shows that office space take up in Central London doubled during May 2011. Statistically this means there a was a 24% increase […]
The London King’s Reach Tower has been bought by Saudi firm Jadwa Investment and European investor CIT for £60 million. The companies are planning to spend an additional £500 million on investing in the UK property sector in the future.
Petrol company Shell is moving offices to a 187, 000 square foot space in Canary Wharf to allow for redevelopment of its current site. Just under half of the staff based at the Shell Centre on the South Bank will move to the new premises at 40 Bank Street, leaving 1700 staff remaining in the […]
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