Cardinal Place, SW1
Stunning trio of buildings encompassing office space and retail accommodation. This landmark site is home to 24 retailers, including a Marks & Spencer anchor store, together with blue-chip businesses.

 

New Street Square, EC4
Innovative offices with retail and restaurants. Recreating traditional ground-level routes, including a delightful public square, the property offers office space with attractive retail and leisure facilities.

 

Queen Anne's Gate, SW1
This refurbished former Home Office building is now occupied by the Ministry of Justice. It was built by Land Securities in 1977, to designs by Sir Basil Spence.

 

Bankside 2&3, SE1
A contemporary office, retail and leisure space. The two buildings occupy a prime site on the South Bank, opposite the City and close to the West End, served by four major railway termini and several Underground lines.

 

Piccadilly Lights, W1
Offices, retail, leisure and a world famous advertising landmark. This year saw the introduction of enhanced LED screens and a flagship branch of Barclays.

 

Times Square, EC4
This new office building based in an improving City area is 95% owned by Land Securities; currently occupied by Bank of New York and Decherts LLP.

 

Eland House, SW1
The building that launched our ongoing regeneration of Victoria, Eland House was completed in 1995 and is occupied by the Department for Communities and Local Government.

 

Portland House, SW1
This 29-storey icon of 1960s architecture is a major element in our regeneration of the area. Each of the 26 floors offers around 900 sq m of open space.

 

One New Change, EC4
Landmark mixed-use development in an extraordinary location adjacent to St Paul’s.

 

Arundel Great Court, WC2
This development will create two new buildings, an office building located at the north of the site, on Strand, and a residential and hotel building to the South which will exploit the unrivalled views along the River Thames.

 
 
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