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Trio of buildings approved for King’s Cross

Camden Council has approved plans for three new office buildings at the southern end of King’s Cross Central

The buildings, sitting at the southern end of the site, are all in prime locations close to St Pancras International and King’s Cross stations.

Building B2, by David Chipperfield, will have direct access to the underground, while B4, designed by Allies & Morrison, has retail and food outlets at ground level.

The largest of the buildings, B6, by Porphyrios will house the University of the Arts London and will sit alongside the new Granary Square.

The council has also approved plans for Pancras Square, designed by Townshend Landscape architects. It will link the southern end of the side to Granary Square and will display public art and have a terraced water feature.

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