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Work has now begun on the next set of Churchill Place buildings around the Barclays headquarters, after they were let to the big firms Aon and State Street.

These won't be very tall, but they will contain vast amounts of floorspace and will add quite a bit of density to the area. Plus when they're finished, the next buildings in line to go up will almost certainly be Riverside South. So I guess these are the Dockland's equivalent of 'More London'.


http://www.canarywharf.com/mainFrm1.asp?strSelectedSubmenu=Buildings&strSelectedArea=Estate

 

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Fragmentor said:
20, 10 or 5, or all of them?
Definatley 20CP for state st. Im not sure if Aon has been confirmed yet or if 10CP is also being built now- I'm sure it was mentioned a while back on here or in the wharf newspaper that 10CP was also being built at the same time as 20CP but I canny not remember.

http://www.canarywharfoffices.com/pdf/state_street.pdf
 

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Please do tell...we cant remember what they looked like and they have been re-designed.
 

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I found the canarywharf website slightly puzzling

http://www.canarywharfoffices.com/
click on avaliable space & it shows most of bank st & 15 canada square & 5CP


Now we know State st have 20 CP & Aon more or less 10 CP which is why I presume they arn't listed here as avaliable space- BUT theres no mention of RS anywhere on this website even though its got full planning permission & we know KPMG are looking for a quite substantial 400,000sq ft

http://www.canarywharf.com/mainFrm1.asp?strSelectedArea=News

So is that just wishful thinking or could they be more to it hmmm
 

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Im presuming this is the site where I saw a render a while back of the new rumored KPMG mid-rise, i think it was that smaller triangular building wedged in between the other two.

Oposite Churchill Place (Barclays) would have been ideal for something taller, but if it pushes forward Riverside South and North Quay then i suppose thats not too bad, and as mentioned it does bulk up the area a bit.
 

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london lad said:
I found the canarywharf website slightly puzzling ... theres no mention of RS anywhere on this website even though its got full planning permission & we know KPMG are looking for a quite substantial 400,000sq ft. So is that just wishful thinking or could they be more to it hmmm
I do not think so. Knight Frank reported last week in their Central London Quarterly Q1 2006 that KPMG is in talks for pre-letting 15 Canada Square.
 
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