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The London Legacy Development Corporation Planning Decisions Committee resolved to approve plans for a new 10,000 sq ft pavilion at International Quarter London (IQL).
LONDON, 25 June 2018: Lendlease and LCR today announced the c.£240m forward sale to DWS (formerly Deutsche Asset Management) of a 278,000 sq. ft. commercial office building at International Quarter London (IQL) – the £2.4 billion mixed use development at the heart of Stratford, London.
David says: “I am delighted to have been included in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list for my contributions to an industry I have been passionate about for so many years. I am particularly proud of LCR’s achievements, from our beginnings as the company that led the delivery of HS1, to our long-term involvement in King’s Cross and now Stratford and Manchester. It’s a great honour.”
With the phase one of LCR’s Leake Street Arches development nearly complete, we are delighted to report that the project has just been short-listed in the Public Spaces category for the NLA Awards.
Lendlease and LCR - joint venture partners of International Quarter London (IQL) - have signed an agreement for lease with Unicef UK, which will see the organisation relocate its London-based headquarters to Stratford, at the gateway to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
On 25th May 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulation comes into force across the UK.
Lendlease and LCR - joint venture partners of International Quarter London (IQL) – have officially handed over the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) new headquarters in Stratford, at the gateway to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Birmingham City Council has resolved to use its Compulsory Purchase powers to unlock the major development site, Axis Square, which includes the redevelopment of The Axis building on Holliday Street in the city centre.
Leake Street Arches, the LCR development project that is bringing eight former railway arches under Waterloo Station back to life to provide a curated collection of independent restaurants and bars, has this week been shortlisted for not just one but two property industry awards!
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