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Major St James's consent

Scheme starts

Demolition start

Start planned

St James's start

West End refurbishment plan

St James' application

Refurbishment starts

St James's scheme plan

St James's application

St James's scheme delay

St James's scheme letting

West End scheme plan

Application in NW1

St James's refurbishment

St James's scheme lettings

St James's start

Agent appointed on SW1 scheme

St James's application

St James' building launch

St James' plan

St James's plan at early stage

Summer 2015 completion plan

St James's scheme pre-planning

St James's plan at early stage

St James's refurbishment

Building underway

St James's refurbishment

Demolition start in SW1

Letting agents appointed

Refurbishment plans

St James’s refurbishment

Contractor for SW1 scheme

St James's scheme to start

West End scheme agreement

Scheme finance plan

West End consent

St James application

St James start

Where is Not and Where is Not

Application in EC1

Haymarket application

St James' contractor

Major scheme starts on site

St James redevelopment

St James's refurbishment

London Offices – An Olympic Year?

St James's demolition start

St James's building to be refurbished

Refurbishment plan

Contractor appointed for SW1 scheme

Contractor appointed

West end start planned

Refurbishment planned

Refurbishment in the medium term

Letting for Midtown scheme

St James refurbishment tenders

St James office sale

Demolition start in SW1

Joint venture confirmed

Consent for SW1 scheme

Larger scheme planned for Piccadilly

Five storey block planned in Shoreditch

New application in St James

New application in St James'

City office refurbishment application

Construction start in St James'

Covent Garden HQ on hold

Start in 2010 possible

St James' scheme talks

St James' consent

Pall Mall consent

St James' refurbishment

Application in St James'

Consent for WC2 HQ

Shortlist for St James' scheme

City refurbishment update

Planning consent in St James'

December completion for St James' scheme

St James refurbishment

Office site in St James changes hands

Consent for St James' scheme

Standard Life appoints

New scheme for St James'

St James' scheme to start

Contractor for St James scheme

Offices for St James'

St James' scheme to complete in summer

New scheme for SW1

Consent for St James scheme

St James refurbishment

St James' scheme underway

Pre-let for St James' scheme

Refurbishment underway in St James'

Hermes plan St James' development

New scheme for St James'

Heron space now letting

Freshfields take part of Northcliffe House

Standard Life in search for head

Central London Office Take-up December 2015

Central London office lettings maintained momentum with a further 1.1m sq ft of transactions in December 2015, spread across 74 deals during the month. The annual total reached just over 12m sq ft, about 5% below the 2014 total.

December was characterised by 15 deals over 20,000 sq ft, including WeWork at Waterhouse Square, EC1; Carlyle Group at St James’ Market SW1; Turner & Townsend at One New Change, EC2; Office Group at Eastbourne Terrace, W2 and and RGA Media at 99 Clifton Street, EC2.

Business services topped the table of lettings by sector, helped by two WeWork deals, followed by financial services boosted by Carlyle. Computer and media sectors are also performing well. Office deals under offer remained around 3.5m sq ft.

By area, the City accounted for only just over a third of the total space let at 36pc of the floorspace let in December. Midtown, Victoria and Southbank all had a good month. Current London office demand is calculated to be around 5.9m sq ft in the City and 3.6m sq ft in the West End.

The volume of grade A (newly built or refurbished office space) let during the month reached 400,000 sq ft (36% of the total), as transactions for newly developed or refurbished space took a slightly smaller part of the total.

Metropolis is working on an upcoming report on office requirements in London and across the UK. - (14-01-2016)

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Search for City tower sites

Brookfield, the Toronto-based developer and contractor, is seeking a City of London site to build another office tower, following its role on the Pinnacle, this time as developer. A shortage of prime office space may push rents back to their 2007 peak in three years, according to King Sturge. The company’s development unit has seen some “interesting opportunities” for an office building in the City of London, according to James Tuckey, chairman of Brookfield’s European arm. - (11-03-2010)

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St.James's application

Britel Fund Trustees, the investor and part of Postel Properties and Hermes, has submitted a planning application for the redevelopment of 7 & 8 St James's Square and 7 Apple Tree Yard, London, SW1. The scheme envisages 10,511 sq m gross (113,140 sq ft) of offices on basement, ground and five upper floors mainly at 8 St James's Square and 7 Apple Tree Yard, plus four apartments. Net floorspace will be about 8,500 sq m (90,000 sq ft). CB Richard Ellis is advising Britel. - (24-08-2006)

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Ericsson to move European HQ

Ericsson is to move its London-based operations from its current regional office at 1 St James's Square, London SW1 to 105 Wigmore Street, London W1. The telecoms company is thought to have taken about 2,601 sq m (28,000 sq ft) in the top four floors. The move is being made as a consequence of the ongoing "Efficiency program" in the company and was taken after Ericsson reduced its London-based workforce from more than 100 to around 70 staff. It is said that the move will "substantially lower costs". The London offices deals with treasury and vendor finance, strategic global HR operations, and communications functions such as investor relations and marketing and sales operations. - (24-08-2001)

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MEPC may sell London properties

MEPC, the property company, is said to be close to completing the sale of several London properties to Benchmark for around £250m. The deal could see London overtake Tokyo as the city with the highest office prices. Benchmark is said to have an exclusivity agreement on the portfolio, which includes a 18,580 sq m (200,000 sq ft) block near Cambridge Circus, 90 Long Acre and 12 St James's Square. The Cambridge Circus building is priced at £80m and is let to BT, with about four years remaining on the lease. The property is seen as a possible refurbishment or redevelopment opportunity. The Long Acre building is partly owned by property group Asticus and is priced at £70m. 12 St James's Square, MEPC's former headquarters, is priced at £56m. - (08-10-2000)

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