We want to reimagine the site of a 1960s office building, drawing on the rich history of the area to introduce a new high quality commercial development which is an exemplar of sustainability and biodiversity, that provides new office space for small and medium-sized businesses in the Corporation of London, and embraces the local area, creating more public realm and retail opportunities.
As new developments have taken place in the City of London, the makeup of the City’s offices has changed. The replacement of smaller buildings with larger ones, including at 8 Bishopsgate, 22 Bishopsgate and 20 Fenchurch Street, has meant that there is a shortage of smaller office floor plates in the City.
This is a gap in the market that our proposals will seek to fill by offering new smaller office floorplates which will benefit young and growing companies who may no longer otherwise be able to locate in the City of London, which in many cases is vital for their operation as cluster businesses linked to larger tenants in the City.
Redevelopment also allows for increased amenities which are increasingly important to both companies and their employees wellness as more people cycle or run to work, want natural light at their desk, to breathe natural air as the Capital’s air quality improves, and have external break-out spaces.
Redevelopment provides a number of opportunities to improve the community offer from this site. Currently we are considering the following ideas for how the development can make a positive impact to the wider community:
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