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4th January 2018
LCR completed the sale of this site on 31st March 2017 to Higgins Homes plc for £14.5m.
22nd December 2017
Further to the announcement earlier this year that Lumiere London the UK’s largest light festival, will be returning to the city in January 2018, 10 more artworks and their locations have just been revealed. These include a piece on Leake Street in Waterloo, a street which forms part of one of LCRs development projects, Leake Street Arches
21st November 2017
London’s famous graffiti tunnel has been given a new lease of life as part of a regeneration project around the South Bank area.
10th August 2017
Birmingham City Council has approved the outline planning application for LCR’s Axis Square development.
7th August 2017
LCR's Leake Street Tunnel Project has been turned into an outdoor gym ahead of the IAAF World Championships.
31st July 2017
Lendlease and LCR, joint venture partners of International Quarter London, today announced Cancer Research UK and British Council have signed pre-let agreements to relocate their headquarters to the development next to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
31st July 2017
With the development of LCR’s Leake Street Arches project well underway in Waterloo, the team continue to support links with the local community.
3rd July 2017
Eversheds Sutherland (International) has won ‘Real Estate Team of the Year’ at The Lawyer Awards for their work on LCR’s Manchester Mayfield development.
7th November 2016
LCR, the Department for Transport and Network Rail are bringing the former Eurostar terminal back into use after almost a decade. The plans will create 135,000 sq ft of space for an ambitious mix of independent, high street and food stores, spread across three floors, including a new mezzanine level. Several new western entrances will also be built to accommodate anticipated growth in passenger numbers on the routes serving Waterloo station in the next few decades.
2nd November 2016
Plans to provide additional retail space at the former Waterloo International Terminal (WIT) to align with a wider project to add capacity at Waterloo Station have been given the go ahead by Lambeth Council.
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