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Lendlease has been selected as preferred bidder for a major redevelopment of London’s Euston station. Subject to the finalisation of contracts, Lendlease will work with the Greater London Authority and London Borough of Camden to develop a masterplan for, and subsequently deliver, a 54-hectare site above and around the new station. Currently catering for around 42 million passengers a year, Euston will be redeveloped to house new high-speed rail services (known as HS2) connecting the Midlands and north of the UK to London, and is due to start operating in 2026. The project comprises more than 400,000 square meters of commercial, retail, hotel and leisure spaces, and will also deliver a significant number of new homes.
Providing more than 650,000 square feet of office space, the 330 metres long, 10 storey ground scrapper will be home to 4,000 Googlers when completed. Designed by Heatherwick Studios and BIG, in collaboration with BDP, the building will be Google’s third on the redevelopment site.
Lendlease and Starwood today announced plans for the acquisition, subject to pre-completion conditions, of The Silvertown Partnership which holds development rights in a major urban renewal project in London’s East End. With an estimated end development value of £3.5 billion, Silvertown Quays will provide 7 million ft² of residential and commercial space – and stands to significantly bolster the city’s supply of affordable housing stock.
We are creating London's new destination for progressive business. The project will deliver four million sq. ft. of Grade 'A' office accommodation, 333 new residential units and community facilities within a 22 acre (c.9 hectare) site and over 25,000 people will work in the area when complete.
Working in partnership with Southwark Council to deliver a GBP£2 billion regeneration programme on 28 acres of land in the centre of Elephant & Castle. Over the next ten years, we will build nearly 3,000 new homes, over 50 shops and restaurants, and a brand new park available for all of the local community to enjoy.
The project is a multi-phased, mixed-use redevelopment that is expected to include commercial, residential, retail and public realm. Work is anticipated to begin as early as 2021 and is expected to take 15 years to complete.
White City Place, located next to the old Television Centre, involves refurbishing three buildings – WestWorks, Mediaworks, and Garden House – to office facilities. Together the three buildings, once refurbished, will offer 600,000 sq ft of commercial office space for rent.