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78 Chamber Street has been shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Awards in the new Offices 2,000-10,000sqm category. A short walk from both Tower Hill and Aldgate, the site is located in the heart of an up and coming area. BuckleyGrayYeoman carried out a reception, three level office space refurbishment and roof terrace extension at 78 Chamber Street for Derwent London. The refurbishment provides a new image for the building by bringing a touch of Shoreditch to the City, transforming a rear loading bay into a chic private reception space for Levels 4-6, and providing an edgier Chamber Street address. The office floors have been pared back to their…

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BuckleyGrayYeoman entered two teams into this year at JLL Property Triathlon mixed relay.  Great success:  6 minutes quicker than last year!  Super effort by all involved.

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BuckleyGrayYeoman is featured in New London Quarterly in the latest Spring Edition in the ‘Top of their game’ section.’Scaling up’ is the title David Taylor chose to describe the practice now in its 20th anniversary. The six pages article talks about the current portfolio of the practice such as Channing School or the firm’s biggest recent scheme for a 20-storey student housing project on Commercial Road and some of the on-going projects such as the gallery in South Kensington, the new project at read more »

Cycling to MIPIM

9 March 2017

Andrew Henriques is taking part in The Legal & General Real Assets Cycle to MIPIM 2017 and is raising funds for Club Peloton . “What better way to raise money for the most worthy of causes by combining an active interest in cycling with an opportunity to network at the same time.” The riders left this morning and will cover almost 1,500km from Central London to the international retail estate show, MIPIM, in Cannes over six days. Club Peloton is a grant making charity and business network that raises money to improve the lives of disadvantaged young people through cycling initiatives. The  main grant recipient – receiving two thirds of all funds raised – is Coram, the UK’s oldest and first children’s charity…

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The transformation of ‘fringe’ locations around the City of London has been one of the Capital’s great success stories in recent years. The proliferation of tech and creative businesses in Clerkenwell, Farringdon, Shoreditch and Hoxton has fanned out from the ‘Silicon Roundabout’ on Old Street and created a new digital quarter. The official name for the area may be ‘Tech City’ but for many, this exciting, energised collection of businesses is now simply ‘Hipsterland’. Paul White has been invited to a seminar sponsored by Estates Gazette to discuss what’s been happening in the location, how it has emerged from the turmoil of 2016 and what the future holds for it Leading City fringe agent, Shaun Simons,…

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