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Old March 18th, 2011, 01:45 PM   #2181
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G2 Systems, LLC, a software and consulting firm specializing in investment management, accounting and operations systems for the alternative investment community, has opened a London office.

The company's expansion into the UK coincides with the completion of its fifth year in business. Founded in December 2005, with offices in Boston, New York and Los Angeles, G2 Systems has grown from an entrepreneurial start-up to an established and respected software and services provider serving the needs of hedge funds, prime brokers and fund administrators.

"We have made significant progress implementing our initiatives for growth over the years," said George Michaels, CEO at G2 Systems. "Opening a London base will bring us even closer to our multinational clients, help us focus on the specific needs of UK firms, and expand operations in Europe as a Premier Consulting Partner for Advent Software. Five years ago, G2 began as a two-person consultancy with a handful of clients. Today, G2 is a 30-person firm providing software and services to over 40 clients, including many industry leaders within the alternative investment community. Continued revenue growth and an increasing demand for professional services in the financial marketplace have made the London office a strategic imperative."

"Our commitment to building superior technology, combined with dedicated services and support has attracted a number of new clients," said Brian Roberti, Director of Sales and Marketing at G2 Systems. "In these challenging times, clients are coming to us because we have a reputation for delivering the most reliable services and software implementations. That's primarily due to the hard work and dedication of G2 professionals, which has significantly contributed to our growth."

Additionally, three field directors and a technical team leader on the G2 staff have stepped up to join George Michaels (CEO) and Ruban Selvakumar (COO) as members in the LLC. They are Horace Henderson, Michael Rodriguez, Herman Weintraub and Michael Ryzewic.
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Most of us crave for skyscrapers but perhaps the bank doesn't need so much office space...
But it's just as big as a skyscraper: 40,000m2 makes it bigger than Tower 42 and not much smaller than the Gherkin.
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Old March 19th, 2011, 07:36 PM   #2183
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I know that, I was talking about a different league of skyscrapers.

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London 'would get vote of confidence' if Google acquires King's Cross offices

Google is considering a deal to acquire 700,000 sq feet of London offices within the redeveloped district of King's Cross, it has been reported.

If the search engine giant gave the green light to the acquisition, this would provide the capital with "a major vote of confidence", the Telegraph's Graham Ruddick asserted. The new space would add to the currently occupied 121,500 sq ft of offices in Victoria which are spread across two buildings, but the writer stated that Google has been searching for a longer-term and single base.

As part of the deal being discussed, half of the King's Cross offices would be purchased for approximately £200 million, while the rest of the space would be pre-let at around £40-£50 per sq ft, Mr Ruddick noted. He added that if Google approved the deal, it would provide a significant boost to the eight million sq ft development project.

Teachers' pension fund TIAA-CREF recently obtained a 50 per cent stake in Google's Victoria offices at Belgrave House, Property Week previously reported.
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Old March 22nd, 2011, 09:51 PM   #2185
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Gazprom Marketing & Trading HQ Office Moves To Central London

Gazprom Marketing & Trading is moving its offices to central London from south London, the company reported in a news release.

According to the company, "ongoing expansion of our business, in particular the growth in the number of employees, and the constraints on office space that this brings, we have taken the decision to relocate Gazprom Marketing and Trading Limited’s/Gazprom Global LNG Limited’s headquarters".

THe new office is located at: 20 Triton Street (off Osnaburgh St), London, NW1 3BF, UK. The move will take place between 18th and 31st of March this year.
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Xstrata Technology opens London office

Xstrata Technology has opened a mineral processing base in London to service the European, Russian and Commonwealth of Independent States markets.

The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Xstrata and has a network of offices in Chile, South Africa, Canada and Australia. It develops, markets and supports technologies for the global mining, mineral processing and metals extraction industries.

Xstrata Technology’s general manager of mineral processing Lindsay Clark said “there is huge potential for our technologies in the Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States over the next few years, and London is an ideal base for Xstrata Technology to expand its exposure to new countries, due to its proximity to target markets and the fact it is home to some of our most important clients.

“Xstrata Technology’s grinding and flotation technologies, IsaMills and Jameson Cells, which are now standard equipment in new concentrators and coal preparation plants in many countries, are quickly being adopted in Europe and the CIS, so we are seeing an increase in demand for our suite of technologies as evidenced by our recent IsaMill installation in Portugal.”

Joe Pease, chief executive for Xstrata Technology, said: “The mining industry in Europe is undergoing a renaissance to meet the demands of both commodity markets and the environment. Our products have been specifically developed for energy efficiency and robustness.”
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Entire floor of London offices let to Groupe Zannier

An entire floor of south-east London offices has been taken up by Groupe Zannier. The international children's clothing organisation is leasing the fifth floor of 10 Leake Street, which is located within the SE1 postcode, MERJS has announced.

Residing in the local authority area of Southwark and Lambeth, the London offices have been recently refurbished. Before the space was turned into offices, the building used to be a warehouse.

Groupe Zannier's new City offices are close to Waterloo Tube Station and the London Eye, a prestigious area which may have made the letting deal an attractive one to take up. The new City offices may also be ideal for meeting the firm's global clients, as well as being close to transport links for staff to fly to its branches in other countries.

Indeed, the head and registered offices of Groupe Zannier are in France, while other destinations in which the company has a presence include Italy, Portugal, Belgium and Spain.
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Old March 25th, 2011, 02:41 PM   #2187
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Old March 25th, 2011, 03:06 PM   #2188
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This is really a big change, the new buildings have a very warm feeling.
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Old March 25th, 2011, 07:34 PM   #2189
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Old March 26th, 2011, 04:03 AM   #2190
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And it is but they have to advertise the project.

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£70m London Blackfriars office tower approved

Developer Great Portland Estates has won planning permission for its 20-storey office scheme on Blackfriars Road in south London.

Southwark Council approved the £70m scheme for a glass and aluminium-clad building after the developer resubmitted its plans for the site on the south bank of the Thames. Great Portland Estates aims to start construction work on the 80m high building later this year so that the 180,000 sq ft of offices are ready for tenants in 2013.

The building, designed by Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, is a revised version of a scheme which received permission in 2007. The site has remained dormant for three years after original buildings were demolished.
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Central London office space demand rises by 6%

Demand for London office space increased by 6% in the first three months of this year, according to figures revealed by property specialists Jones Lang LaSalle. Occupier demand in the West End rose by 11% to 4.3 million square feet and City market demand increased by 12% to 7.8 million square feet.

Jonathan Evans, Head of West End Agency at Jones Lang LaSalle, said: “While the increased demand for London office space further demonstrates how strongly the market has recovered since the financial crisis, there is a growing imbalance between quality supply and increasing demand for Grade A space across London”.

He added that “as the development pipeline continues to deplete, upward pressure on rents will only get stronger during the rest of the year. During the next six months the West End market will definitely see prime rents in the core consistently surpassing the £100 per square foot mark”.

Dan Burn, Head of City Agency at the firm, said that office activity has continued at a slow pace despite the political and economic uncertainty in Japan, the Middle East and North Africa. He added that the banking and finance sector will continue to dominate the market as many firms increase their staffing levels.

Mr Burn explained that landlords are expected to reduce lease incentives during the coming months as well as push up rents to make the most of the increase in demand and fall in supply of quality offices.
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Chinese are top spenders on prime property

Buyers from mainland China are now the biggest spenders in the prime central London property market, overtaking Russians as the buyers of the most expensive houses over the past year, according to new research. Chinese buyers spent an average of £6.5m on top-end property purchases in the 12 months to the end of February, outspending the 60 other nationalities that have bought in London over the same timeframe.

According to figures from Knight Frank, investors from Malaysia and Hong Kong were the next biggest spenders, paying average purchase prices of £6.2m and £5.5m respectively. Russian buyers fell to fourth place in the property agent’s league table of biggest buyers, spending an average of £5.4m over the past year.

“Until two years ago, the most affluent buyers in the central London market were Russian – on average they outspent every other nationality by far,” says Liam Bailey of Knight Frank. But the average purchase price paid by Russian buyers has been dragged down by the growing pool of millionaires joining the billionaire buyers.

Russians are still the most numerous overseas buyers in prime London locations, purchasing nearly 6 per cent of all £2m-plus properties over the past year. But estate agents now say that the Chinese are the ones to watch. While Chinese buyers bought a smaller proportion of top-end property in London – just 2 per cent over the past year, ranking them ninth among overseas buyers – agents have reported a strong increase in interest since the beginning of the year, particularly in trophy homes.

Kay & Co, a London-based estate agent, has registered eight Chinese buyers since January with budgets of between £8m and £15m. Of particular interest are homes facing Hyde Park, those in Mayfair or the garden squares of Marylebone and Portland Place, according to Martin Bikhit of the estate agent.

Mohamed Nurmohamed, director of Chesterton Humbert’s Mayfair office, says it has had a number of “heavyweight” wealthy Chinese clients, looking for properties of between £15m and £25m in Mayfair and St James’s. Two properties in Avenue Road, St John’s Wood, have been sold in recent months to Chinese purchasers for £11.75m and £25.75m, reports Mark Pollack of Aston Chase, the estate agents.

He says the weakness of sterling has boosted demand – effectively offering a discount of nearly 20 per cent to Hong Kong dollar-based Chinese nationals, who primarily trade through Hong Kong because of China’s restrictions on overseas currency transactions.

Bailey believes Chinese buyers will follow the Russian trend. “The early adopters are the super-rich, they are here in small numbers, but will be rapidly joined by compatriots of more modest – although still very comfortable – means,” he says. Property experts have long been predicting an influx of Chinese buyers at the top end of London’s property market because of the growing wealth of the country’s population and the soaring prices of China’s domestic property market.

However, some argue that demand is unlikely to rival that of buyers from the Middle East and Russia. Jeremy Davidson, a buying agent, says the Russians, Middle Easterners and Indians remain omnipotent at the top of the market.

According to Knight Frank’s figures, buyers from the UAE bought 4.4 per cent of all £2m-plus properties over the past year, followed by US investors with a 3.7 per cent market share.
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London house prices get Mideast crisis boost

Demand from crisis-hit Middle Eastern countries has helped to drive large increases in the price of prime London homes since the start of the year. Central London prices rose 2.8 per cent in the past quarter, according to Savills, the estate agency, beating its own 2011 forecasts following a slowdown at the end of last year.

The rise is particularly striking as it comes against a backdrop of UK house price stagnation. Prime London property is seen by international buyers as a “gold standard” asset, according to Savills. It noted a shift of buyer nationality to the Middle East and Russia, from the more mainstream European investor buyers that dominated last year. The high price of oil has also contributed.

Liam Bailey, partner at Knight Frank, said that enquires from the Middle East were running at twice normal levels. “Bear in mind the normal selling season for the Middle East market normally starts in May so one impact has been to pull the interest forward by two months,” he said, pointing to offers on five properties valued at more than £3m in the past week from buyers from Kuwait, Bahrain, UAE and Egypt.

None of the buyers had seen the properties apart from on the internet but the offers were all unconditional, he said.

Yolande Barnes, head of Savills research, said: “Clearly stable real estate markets like London are attracting purchasers in the face of global uncertainty and investment market volatility. Prime central London dwellings can act as a store of global wealth in the face of unexpected global events.”

Ed Mead, commercial director at Douglas & Gordon, a London estate agency, said that there had also been an increase in interest from the finding agents that such buyers tend to retain to discover properties on their behalf. There have been other reasons for the strength in the market, including low stock levels and a rush to beat a rise in stamp duty next quarter.

Some of London’s largest housebuilders have also benefited, as buyers snap up new-build homes. But while there is strong interest in finished properties, buyers are shunning off-plan purchases. “They want to put the money into something tangible and which they can see straight away, so it is not much use for making forward selling on unfinished sites,” said an executive at one large London housebuilder.
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Heathside + Lethbridge Redevelopment Begins

Work is getting underway on phase one of the redevelopment of the Heathside and Lethbridge Estate in south-east London. This consists of a new 16-storey building and associated facilities, with 190 homes that has been designed by PRP Architects for the socially minded housing developer, Family Mosiac.

Bordering the site is Lewisham Road to the west and Blackheath Road to the north with it situated less than half a mile east of the centre of Deptford, and a similar distance to Lewisham in the south.

The project that is the first part of a larger-scale scheme that has been sloshing around in various forms since 2006 to regenerate the whole estate with 1,201 homes - an increase of 655 on the present number that occupies the site. However, the amount of socially rented housing units will fall marginally from 454 to 450.

PRP Architects has come up with a colourful design that features blue and white aluminium panels on much of the tower element with contrasting light grey brick. Along the main lower-rise body of the building will be projecting balconies that fade from orange through to lime as the floor count increases much in the same way as Allford Hall Monaghan Morris played with the exterior of Barking Central to liven it up.

This opening £23 million phase is being built primarily by contractor, Ardmore.
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new residential apartments look good, do you know what is going on around Piccadilly circus?
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I don't remind any significant project going on in Piccadilly Circus.
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new residential apartments look good, do you know what is going on around Piccadilly circus?
I noticed the other day in Piccadilly Circus that they're cleaning the stonework of the Lillywites building. Crown Estates are also carrying out demolition and restoration/cleaning of some of their properties in and around Piccadilly circus. Cafe Royal and it's building are being restored as well as the Regents Palace hotel redevelopment. They're also demolishing/restoring no's 212-214 Piccadilly with a new Eric Parry building.


The Cafe Royal and Regents Hotel work is in this thread....
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=489817

and there's a bit on the Eric Parry build here...
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SEO Company PageTraffic Opens New Office in London, Expands in Chicago

PageTraffic, ranked among the best search engine marketing companies in India, has taken two big steps ahead toward expansion. The company has opened an office in London, its first in the UK. It has also moved to a bigger office in Chicago owing to the increasing business from the US. The company plans to open more offices across the world in the near future.

Announcing the opening of new offices, Mr. Navneet Kaushal, Founder and CEO of the company said, “This (opening of new offices) would help us establish a more prominent presence in these regions of the world. We are delighted at the amount of growth we experienced in the last couple of years, which has seen our client base expand rapidly. The new offices reflect our commitment to offering better services to our global clientele.”

The new offices have come at a time when PageTraffic is expanding its team at a rapid pace to meet the demands of its growing client portfolio. In the last few months, the company has made significant additions to its SEO, SEM, PPC, Content and Web Development teams. The company has also beefed up its IT infrastructure and opened a branch office at Noida, India, to cater to its growth.

PageTraffic is known for comprehensive services that help companies attain solid Internet presence. With close to a decade of experience in running hundreds of successful campaigns, the company is on the path of setting new standards in the search marketing industry. It is the company's mission - increase clients’ web traffic and sales while they focus on growing their core business. The company has rode on ethical work practice and client centric attitude for achieving continued success.

As Mr. Kaushal says, “We credit our success to our transparent way of work. It is our organic White Hat methodology that has delivered the results to our clients. Our innovative, integrated marketing approach is the perfect solution for companies across a broad spectrum of industries which are trying to distinguish themselves from the competition.”

The company is buzzing with activity and excitement on the opening of new offices, which will surely raise the client servicing standards and open new opportunities for business growth.
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There's this Crown Estate redevelopment on Glasshouse Street
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The Cafe Royal and Regents Hotel work is in this thread....
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=489817

and there's a bit on the Eric Parry build here...
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...857760&page=13

Thanks for sharing, i am reading these forums, they are very helpful indeed and i have found some interesting facts too
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US software solutions firm expands into the UK and Australia

Massachusetts-based firm, Telerik, a provider of end-to-end solutions for the software development lifecycle, has this week announced the opening of new offices in London and Sydney, Australia.

The new offices position Telerik in close proximity to its growing customer base, enabling local support and service expertise for its product portfolio and a more proactive promotion of the local developer community.

“The UK and Australian markets are growing rapidly,” said Svetozar Georgiev, CEO of Telerik. “Proximity to our customers means efficient, responsive support to their ever-changing needs, to our partners it means better collaboration and services, and to the developer community it encourages innovation. The new offices help put all of these critical elements into place and position us for great success in these markets.”

“The UK has always been a priority market for Telerik and establishing a presence in London means our customers will have a direct channel of communication with us,” said Dimo Iliev, UK Country Manager, Telerik. “Our software development components are already popular in UK market, and with this move we will support the increasing interest in our entire developer tools portfolio – particularly within the Agile project management and testing suites.”
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