Request a Call
We encourage you to read our privacy and cookies policy.
21st January 2013
Source: Construction News
A three-floor retail and restaurant development has been given the green light by Westminster Council in Leicester Square, home to an estimated 37 million tourists annually.The council has resolved to grant consent for the regeneration and redevelopment of 48 Leicester Square, a full island block comprising the whole of the west side of the square. Parts of the façade of the existing building will be retained under the new development, designed by Make, which was once headquarters to the Automobile Association. A new contemporary bladed roof structure will cap the 90,0000 sq ft of new offices.
Request a free demo of Glenigan today so we can show the size of the opportunity for your business.
Get the latest industry news and insights.
You can unsubscribe at any time. We encourage you to read our privacy and cookies policy.