40 Leadenhall Street

40 Leadenhall Street

Planning permission was achieved in May 2014 for a c.84,500 sq m NIA high quality building. The development varies between 7 and 34 storeys with its highest point 154m above ground level.

Sustainability is high on the design agenda: The building will reduce carbon emissions by over 40% compared to current regulations and will achieve Excellent BREEAM standard with measures to reduce solar gain, parking for 1,067 cycles and almost 100 showers.

The scheme is capable of being brought forward in 2015 with completion anticipated by Autumn 2019.

Key facts

Year acquired 2011
Sector Office and retail
Size c.84,500 sq m
Location London, UK
Development cost $1.5bn
Status Planning permission achieved
Timeline Aim of completion 2019
Architect MAKE
 
Geoff Harris

Geoff Harris

Head of Development

Geoff's biography
We commission buildings with occupiers’ needs upfront and central to our design approach. The scheme addresses emerging occupier requirements such as increases in occupation density, better connectivity and demand for amenity whilst offering a blend of efficient floor plates. It’s flexible, follows recognised design parameters as defined by the British Council for Offices and is future-proofed for emerging trends.
 

Address

40 Leadenhall Street
London
EC3
United Kingdom