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Riverside refurbishment

Covent Garden start

Mayfair start

Midtown application

Change at No10

Mayfair consent

New offices from Meritcape.

City fringe space completes

Jewry Street redevelopment delay

Sir John Cass's Foundation, the inner London educational trust, is still in negotiations with the City Corporation for a redevelopment behind the 1899 façade of 31 Jewry Street, London, EC3. The new teaching and laboratory space and office planned would amount to 8,560 sq m (92,139 sq ft) on six storeys. The application for renewed permission was withdrawn from last weeks planning committeee for further negotiations. The architect for the latest scheme is Chapman Taylor - (21-11-2005)

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GVA prediction on rents

GVA Chapman Swaby has published research findings with the conclusion that the amount of office space coming forward in the City of London and fringe areas will hold back rent rises. The firm has said that 18m sq ft of office space will be built over the next six years, or so, of which 8m sq ft will be replaced stock and 10m will be new additions to stock. Overall the level of stock in the City would rise from around 88.5m sq ft to about 100m sq ft in 2008. GVA predicts that rent rises on prime space in the City will be 5.2 per cent a year, higher than the average of 2.9 per cent predicted for other UK cities. - (04-10-2005)

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Completion near for Meritcape office

Meritcape’s office refurbishment at 24 Cornhill, London EC3, is expected to complete by April 2005. The building will provide 2,554 sq m (27,500 sq ft) of office space and is being marketed by Chapman Swabey. - (20-01-2005)

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