UK Developer Secures Planning Consent for New Mixed-Use Buildings

7 June 2011 (Last Updated June 7th, 2011 18:30)

Land Securities has secured planning permission for the proposed mixed-use developments at 30 Old Bailey and 60 Ludgate Hill in London, UK. The proposed mixed-use developments will consist of two buildings and will replace the current properties on site. The building at Old

Land Securities has secured planning permission for the proposed mixed-use developments at 30 Old Bailey and 60 Ludgate Hill in London, UK.

The proposed mixed-use developments will consist of two buildings and will replace the current properties on site.

The building at Old Bailey was designed by German architects Sauerbruch Hutton.

The nine-storey development will feature two open terraces on the top floor while the ground level will feature a restaurant fronting the piazzetta.

The second nine-storey development at Ludgate Hill was designed by British architects Fletcher Priest.

The building will include 14,000m² of office space and 2,300m² of retail space and a new pedestrian thoroughfare.

The developments are scheduled for completion in late 2013.