Work on office-led regeneration project in London reaches final stages

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A construction company has started working on the latest stage in the Development Securities and SWIP Property Trust’s final phase of its office-led regeneration project in London, a news report in the local media was able to reveal.

The new 167,000 sq ft 11-storey building, on the site of 12 Hammersmith Grove, includes speculative Grade A office provision, retail space and additional public realm works adjacent to Hammersmith tube station and opposite the Lyric Square in the centre of Hammersmith.

Designed by Flanagan Lawrence, 12 Hammersmith Grove was funded by SWIP Property Trust, part of Aberdeen Asset Management, and is being delivered on the site of a former car park.

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