John Robertson Architects (JRA) has been appointed to work on a 21,200m2 office redevelopment in the City of London
The speculative office for commercial property group HB Reavis, which sits at the northern approach to London Bridge, will see the site’s existing 11-storey 1970s building replaced with a nine-storey scheme.
The AJ100 practice had originally won planning for a scheme at the site in 2012 when it was working for the building’s previous owner.
The floors of the new scheme, dubbed 33 Central, can be sub-divided into two tenancies per floor and there will also be capacity for trading floors.
In addition to a terrace at the ninth floor, the building will also feature a landscaped roof garden giving views of the river Thames.
Construction on the project is set at the beginning of 2015, with completion expected in 2016.
Type of project office
Client HB Reavis
Architect John Robertson Architects
Start on site date 2015
Completion date 2016
Gross internal floor area 21,200m2