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Chancery Lane office refurb gets green light

Endurance Land and architect TateHindle’s new office refurb scheme at Chancery Lane has been given the green light.

The 35 Chancery Lane refurb in London’s Midtown for Scottish Widows Investment Partnership will see a refurb to bring the building from 93,000 sq ft to 100,000 sq ft usable space.

Ground floor retail will be expanded from 1,000 sq ft to 3,000 sq ft.

The top three floors of what will be a seven-storey building are to be extended, including the addition of two new roof terraces.

Andrew Tate, director of TateHindle, said: “London’s Midtown is going through much change presently. The refurbishment, recladding and extension of 35 Chancery Lane will be an important part of the transformation of the area.”

It is understood no contractor has been appointed to the scheme at this stage.

Among the contractors working, or lined up to work on Chancery Lane jobs are Morgan Sindall which won a £30m Derwent job at 40 Chancery Lane and Bam Construct which has been lined up for Viridis Real Estates’s job at 25 Chancery Lane.

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