British Land announces redevelopment plans for 1 Triton Square, Regent’s Place

British Land announces redevelopment plans for 1 Triton Square, Regent’s Place

 

London, 2017-Nov-17 — /EPR Retail News/ — British Land announces that it will redevelop 1 Triton Square, Regent’s Place and has finalised terms on a pre-let of the office space covering 310,000 sq ft with Dentsu Aegis Network, the global brand, media and digital communications specialists, for a 20 year term. Dentsu Aegis currently occupies 118,000 sq ft at 10 Triton Street and their decision to remain at Regent’s Place together with this significant, high quality development is another strategic step in achieving British Land’s campus vision for Regent’s Place.

The 366,000 sq ft redevelopment increases the lettable area by 127,000 sq ft and includes 20,000 sq ft of retail and leisure at ground floor and 10,000 sq ft of affordable work space. Designed by architects Arup Associates, the eight storey building will offer modern, flexible work space around a large central atrium providing linkage between floors and creating a vibrant social hub. The redevelopment will also deliver four large roof terraces and incorporate sustainable and smart technologies to support mobility and collaboration across the group.

Planning Consent has been granted by the London Borough of Camden and work is expected to start on site in March 2018. British Land’s £196 million commitment to the redevelopment is in line with the company’s focus on campuses, ensuring they respond to changing needs, enhance the experience for the people who use them and appeal to a broader range of occupiers. Development exposure is also being sensibly managed with 57% of the company’s committed pipeline now pre-let or under offer.

Tim Roberts, Head of Offices at British Land, said: “I am delighted that we have agreed one of the largest pre-lets in the West End in over 20 years with Dentsu Aegis demonstrating the strength of demand for high quality, well-located space. This enables us to commit to our redevelopment at 1 Triton Square, which marks the next phase in the evolution of Regent’s Place. This is a great example of our campus approach in action. We are focused on creating vibrant and engaging environments across our portfolio by increasing the mix of uses, and curating the public realm as well as delivering great buildings. Dentsu Aegis’s decision to commit to 1 Triton Square and Regent’s Place reflects the success of that approach.”

Nick Priday, Chief Financial Officer, Dentsu Aegis Network, said: “Our new global headquarters at Regent’s Place will position us at the heart of some of the biggest global digital businesses in London. Dentsu Aegis is growing both globally and in the UK and we currently operate out of a number of locations across London. This strategic move will enable us to operate more efficiently as a global business, and create long-term certainty over our property portfolio. One Triton Square will be an environment where our business will thrive, bringing our people and brands together to make collaboration even easier and reduce complexity for the benefit of our clients and our people.”

Regent’s Place is a 13-acre campus in London’s West End, close to Great Portland Street and Warren Street underground stations as well as Euston mainline railway station. The campus has been substantially redeveloped in recent years, with 10-30 Brock Street the most recent addition. Occupiers include Facebook, Santander, Dimensional Fund Advisors and Debenhams corporate headquarters.

About British Land
Our portfolio of high quality UK commercial property is focused on Retail around the UK and London Offices. We own or manage a portfolio valued at £18.1 billion (British Land share: £13.5 billion) as at 30 September 2017 making us one of Europe’s largest listed real estate investment companies.

Our strategy is to provide places which meet the needs of our customers and respond to changing lifestyles – Places People Prefer. We do this by creating great environments both inside and outside our buildings and use our scale and placemaking skills to enhance and enliven them. This expands their appeal to a broader range of occupiers, creating enduring demand and driving sustainable, long term performance.

Our Retail portfolio is focused on Regional and Local multi-let centres, and accounts for 49% of our portfolio. Our Offices portfolio comprises three office-led campuses in central London as well as high quality standalone buildings and accounts for 49% of our portfolio. Increasingly our focus is on providing a mix of uses and this is most evident at Canada Water, our 46 acre redevelopment opportunity where we have plans to create a new neighbourhood for London.

Sustainability is embedded throughout our business. Our places, which are designed to meet high sustainability standards, become part of local communities, provide opportunities for skills development and employment and promote wellbeing. Our industry-leading sustainability performance led to British Land being awarded a five star rating in the 2017 Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark for the second year running.

In April 2016 British Land received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Sustainable Development, the UK’s highest accolade for business success for economic, social and environmental achievements over a period of five years.

Further details can be found on the British Land website at www.britishland.com

About Dentsu Aegis Network
Part of Dentsu Inc., Dentsu Aegis Network is made up of ten global network brands – Carat, Dentsu, dentsu X, iProspect, Isobar, mcgarrybowen, Merkle, MKTG, Posterscope and Vizeum and supported by its specialist/multi-market brands. Dentsu Aegis Network is Innovating the Way Brands Are Built for its clients through its best-in-class expertise and capabilities in media, digital and creative communications services. Offering a distinctive and innovative range of products and services, Dentsu Aegis Network is headquartered in London and operates in 145 countries worldwide with more than 40,000 dedicated specialists. www.dentsuaegisnetwork.com

Contact:

Corporate
Pip Wood
Corporate Communications Director
020 7467 2838

Charlotte Whitley
Corporate Communications Manager
020 7467 2933

Gordon Simpson (Finsbury)
020 7251 3801

Source: British Land

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British Land: Finastra to occupy three floors at 4 Kingdom Street, Paddington Central

British Land: Finastra to occupy three floors at 4 Kingdom Street, Paddington Central

London, 2017-Jul-02 — /EPR Retail News/ — British Land announces today (June 29, 2017) that it has let three floors at 4 Kingdom Street, Paddington Central, to software company Finastra, and the office space is now 89% let or under offer.

Finastra, formed in 2017 by the combination of Misys and D+H, develops software for financial institutions, including 48 of the world’s 50 largest banks. The company has signed a ten year lease to occupy the first, second and third floors at 4 Kingdom Street, totalling 42,400 sq ft.

The announcement follows the formal launch of 4 Kingdom Street on 28 June. The building, which provides 147,000 sq ft across nine floors, is the first building to be developed by British Land at Paddington Central. The building reached practical completion in April 2017.

On acquiring the campus 2013, British Land appointed architects Allies and Morrison to review and update an existing planning consent for 4 Kingdom Street. The revised design includes the relocation of the core to increase the openness and flexibility of the floorplates, the introduction of large outside terraces on Levels 2 to 9, and the creation of a ‘glass pod’ on each floor which provides flexible meeting space outside the main floorplate and offers views across west London.

The building also features an active roof terrace including a café, outdoor seating area and London’s highest basketball court.

Tim Roberts, Head of Offices and Residential at British Land, said: “It is a tremendous achievement to be 89 per cent let or under offer as we formally present the space to market.

“The commitment from Finastra and strength of interest in the other floors is an endorsement of our decision to re-configure the building to deliver greater flexibility, more collaborative spaces and a truly unique roof space, along with the substantial improvements we’ve made to the campus environment.

“We believe the delivery of 4 Kingdom Street is well-timed given the lack of supply in the West End market, and the arrival of Crossrail at Paddington in 2018, and hope to announce further occupier commitments in the near future.”

Paddington Central comprises 11 acres and is home to leading international businesses including Microsoft, Vodafone, Shire, VISA and Prudential.

British Land acquired part of the Paddington Central office campus for £470 million in 2013 and completed the purchase of One Sheldon Square for £210 million in 2015. Since then, the company has invested nearly £100 million in transforming of the public realm and the construction of 4 Kingdom Street.

In May al-fresco dining experience Pergola opened a new 850-capacity venue at Paddington Central, and British Land is continuing to develop a new retail and leisure offer at the campus.

Cushman & Wakefield and CBRE are the joint agents on 4 Kingdom Street. CBRE advised Finastra.

Notes to Editors

About British Land
Our portfolio of high quality UK commercial property is focused on Retail around the UK and London Offices. We own or manage a portfolio valued at £19.1 billion (British Land share: £13.9 billion) as at 31 March 2017 making us one of Europe’s largest listed real estate investment companies.

Our strategy is to provide places which meet the needs of our customers and respond to changing lifestyles – Places People Prefer. We do this by creating great environments both inside and outside our buildings and use our scale and placemaking skills to enhance and enliven them. This expands their appeal to a broader range of occupiers, creating enduring demand and driving sustainable, long term performance.

Our Retail portfolio is focused on Regional and Local multi-let centres, and accounts for 48% of our portfolio. Our Offices portfolio comprises three office-led campuses in central London as well as high quality standalone buildings and accounts for 49% of our portfolio. Increasingly our focus is on providing a mix of uses and this is most evident at Canada Water, our 46 acre redevelopment opportunity where we have plans to create a new neighbourhood for London.

Sustainability is embedded throughout our business. Our places, which are designed to meet high sustainability standards, become part of local communities, provide opportunities for skills development and employment and promote wellbeing. Our industry-leading sustainability performance led to British Land being named a European Sector Leader in the 2016 Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark for the third year running.

In April 2016 British Land received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Sustainable Development, the UK’s highest accolade for business success for economic, social and environmental achievements over a period of five years.

Further details can be found on the British Land website at www.britishland.com.

SOURCE: British Land

Media Contact:

Andrew Scorgie
FTI Consulting
020 3727 1458

 

 

 

British Land secures 83 per cent occupancy at 7 Clarges Street its prime commercial development in Mayfair

London, 2017-Feb-01 — /EPR Retail News/ — British Land announces today (31 JAN 2017) that the office space at 7 Clarges Street, its 51,000 sq ft prime commercial development in Mayfair, is 83 per cent let, having secured terms with Capula Investment Management, Quantum Pacific and Fortress Investment Group.

Capula Investment Management will occupy 23,700 sq ft across three floors whilst US-based global investment firm Fortress has leased the fourth floor (8,200 sq ft). Both deals are for a period of ten years.

Tim Roberts, Head of Offices and Residential, British Land, said: “The interest we’ve seen in 7 Clarges Street and these transactions evidence occupiers’ continuing appetite to make long term commitments for the best buildings in London’s key financial and cultural districts.

“Securing 83 per cent occupancy at 7 Clarges Street, just four months after its launch in September, is testament to the design and quality of the workspace and the appeal of the location.”

7 Clarges Street encompasses six floors of flexible triple-aspect office space, with employees able to enjoy natural light through floor-to-ceiling windows. Located within a five-minute walk of Green Park station, 7 Clarges Street benefits from strong transport links across London, with Crossrail also due to arrive at nearby Bond Street in 2018.

7 Clarges Street is the office element of a wider mixed-use development by British Land which also includes Clarges Mayfair, a luxury residential address of 34 new homes on the edge of Green Park. Due for completion later this year, 23 apartments at Clarges Mayfair have now been sold, some at record-breaking values. The remaining 11 apartments will be marketed on completion of the development.

CBRE advised British Land on 7 Clarges Street. Simon Garfield Property advised Capula Investment Management, DeVono advised Quantum Pacific and Colliers advised Fortress.

Notes to Editors

About British Land
We are one of Europe’s largest publicly listed real estate companies. We own, manage, develop and finance a portfolio of high quality UK commercial property, focused on Retail and London Offices and Residential. We own or manage total assets of £19.0 billion (British Land share is £13.9 billion) as valued at 30 September 2016. Our properties are home to over 1,200 different organisations ranging from international brands to local start-ups.

Our strategy is to create Places People Prefer. It is based on long term trends and creates a portfolio suited to current and future needs which are aligned to modern lifestyles. We employ our placemaking skills, and increasingly our mixed-use expertise to expand the appeal to a broader range of occupiers and drive long term performance.

Retail accounts for 49% of our portfolio. We create outstanding places for modern consumer lifestyles, places to shop, eat and be entertained. Comprising over 20 million sq ft of Retail and Leisure space across regional and local multi-let destinations, superstores, department stores and leisure assets, the Retail portfolio is modern, flexible and adaptable to a wide range of formats.

Office and Residential accounts for 49% of our portfolio. It comprises 7.6 million sq ft of well-connected office-led campuses and ‘campus-lite’ clusters of high quality buildings. Office campuses include Regent’s Place and Paddington Central in the West End and Broadgate (50% share) in the City. Other assets include The Leadenhall Building, York House, 10 Portman Square and Marble Arch House and our residential assets are at Clarges Mayfair, The Hempel Collection and Aldgate Place.

Two per cent of our portfolio is at Canada Water – a 46 acre redevelopment opportunity in our medium term pipeline to create a new mixed-use urban centre for London.

Sustainability is embedded throughout our business. Our places become part of their local communities and promote health, improve productivity and increase enjoyment. We protect asset value and generate income from energy generation and efficiency, materials innovation and flood risk reduction, and develop skills and opportunities to help local people and businesses grow.

In April 2016 c received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Sustainable Development, the UK’s highest accolade for business success for economic, social and environmental benefits achievements over the last five years.

Further details can be found on the British Land website at www.britishland.com.

Enquiries:

Investor Relations:
Jonathan Rae
British Land
020 7467 2938

Media Relations:
Sian Disson
FTI Consulting
020 3727 1747

Source: British Land

British Land and Oxford Properties announce two new lettings at The Leadenhall Building in London

British Land and Oxford Properties announce today two new lettings at The Leadenhall Building to global energy company Petredec and Fidelis Insurance.

LONDON, 2015-9-16 — /EPR Retail News/ — Petredec, which buys, sells and distributes Liquefied Petroleum Gas, has selected The Leadenhall Building as the location for its European headquarters. The company has signed a ten year lease to occupy 9,970 sq ft on Level 35 of the building.

Fidelis, a global insurance and reinsurance risk carrier, will occupy Level 34 of the building, totalling 10,345 sq ft. The company has signed a ten year lease.

There are now just five floors still available at The Leadenhall Building. Aon and Amlin, which signed pre-lets for 191,000 sq ft and 111,000 sq ft respectively, have this summer completed their phased moves into the building, joining six other companies already in occupation.

Tim Roberts, Head of Offices at British Land, said: “Our strategy to lease the upper floors post-completion has been proved to be the right one, with nearly 200,000 sq ft let since last Summer, and the building achieving record rents for The City of London. These lettings underline The Leadenhall Building’s position as a London landmark in the heart of one of the world’s pre-eminent financial centres.”

Chris Carter Keall, Head of Asset Management at Oxford Properties, said: “The range of floorplates at The Leadenhall Building has given us a clear leasing advantage, and been a major factor in attracting occupiers from a variety of industry sectors, alongside financial services. We have completed 11 lettings since Practical Completion in 2014, which serves to highlight that the decision to commence construction in 2011, has allowed us to deliver an exceptional building into a buoyant occupational market.”

DTZ and JLL advised British Land and Oxford Properties. Ashwell Rogers advised Petredec and Savills advised Fidelis Insurance.

Enquiries:
Investor Relations
Sally Jones, British Land 020 7467 2942
Media
Pip Wood, British Land 020 7467 2838
Sally Saadeh, Oxford Properties 020 7822 2844
Andrew Scorgie, FTI Consulting 020 3727 1458

Notes to Editors

About British Land
We are one of Europe’s largest publicly listed real estate companies. We own, manage, develop and finance a portfolio of high quality commercial property, focused on retail locations around the UK and London offices. We have total assets in the UK, owned or managed of £18.9 billion (of which British Land share is £13.6 billion), as valued at 31 March 2015. Our properties are home to over 1,200 different organisations ranging from international brands to local start-ups. Our objective is to deliver long-term and sustainable total returns to our shareholders and we do this by focusing on Places People Prefer. People have a choice where they work, shop and live and we aim to create outstanding places which make a positive difference to people’s everyday lives. Our customer orientation enables us to develop a deep understanding of the people who use our places. We employ a lean team of experts, who have the skills to translate this understanding into creating the right places, and we have an efficient capital structure which is able to effectively finance these places.

UK Retail assets account for 55% of our portfolio. As the UK’s largest listed owner and manager of retail space, our portfolio is well matched to the different ways people shop today. We are focused on being the destination of choice for retailers and their customers by being the best provider of spaces and services. Comprising around 22 million sq ft of retail space across shopping parks, superstores, shopping centres, department stores and leisure assets, the retail portfolio is modern, flexible and adaptable to a wide range of formats.

Our Office and Residential portfolio, which accounts for 45% of our portfolio is focused on London. We have an attractive mix of high quality buildings in well managed environments and a pipeline of development projects which will add significantly to our portfolio. Increasingly, our Offices are in mixed-use environments which include retail and residential elements. Our 6.7 million sq ft of high quality office space includes Regent’s Place and Paddington Central in the West End and Broadgate, the premier city office campus (50% share).

Our size and substance demands a responsible approach to business. We believe leadership on issues such as sustainability helps drive our performance and is core to the delivery of our overall objective of driving shareholder value and creating Places People Prefer.

Further details can be found on the British Land website at www.britishland.com

About Oxford Properties Group
Oxford Properties Group is a global platform for real estate investment, development and management, with over 1,750 employees and C$34bn of real assets that it manages for itself and on behalf of its co-owners and investment partners. Established in 1960, Oxford was acquired in 2001 by OMERS, one of Canada’s largest pension funds with over C$72bn in assets. Oxford has regional offices in Toronto, London and New York, each with investment, development and management professionals who have deep real estate expertise and local market insight.

For more information about Oxford visit: www.oxfordproperties.com.

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British Land and Oxford Properties announce two new lettings at The Leadenhall Building in London

British Land and Oxford Properties announce two new lettings at The Leadenhall Building in London

British Land announces the sale of 39 Victoria Street, SW1 to Singaporean property company Ho Bee Land for £144 million

LONDON, 2015-8-3— /EPR Retail News/ — British Land announces that it has exchanged contracts for the sale of 39 Victoria Street, SW1 to Singaporean property company Ho Bee Land for a gross purchase price of £144 million (net price of c. £139 million after deduction of rent free top up).  Ho Bee Land is quoted on the mainboard of the Singapore Exchange and owns assets in London including 1 St Martin’s Le Grand, 60 St Martin’s Lane and Rose Court.

39 Victoria Street is a 10 storey office building, totalling 98,000 sq ft including retail space on the ground floor.  It was acquired by British Land in 2009 for £40 million and was substantially refurbished in 2013.  It is let in its entirety to The Corporate Officer of The House of Commons until September 2029 with a break in July 2026 at a total rent of c. £6 million per annum.

This transaction is in line with our capital recycling strategy and comes three months after the acquisition of One Sheldon Square at Paddington Central, where we are on site at 4 Kingdom Street and progressing our plans to improve the public realm.

Tim Roberts, Head of Offices at British Land, said:
“39 Victoria Street has been a good investment for us and is an excellent example of how we do business.  Our refurbishment delivered a high quality building and attracted a high calibre occupier on a profitable lease.  The timing of the disposal allows us to benefit from strong investment markets, and to allocate capital most appropriately across our business.”

Mayer Brown and Knight Frank acted for British Land.

Enquiries:
Investor Relations
Sally Jones, British Land 020 7467 2942
Media
Pip Wood, British Land 020 7467 2838
Guy Lamming, Finsbury 020 7251 3801
Gordon Simpson, Finsbury

About British Land
We are one of Europe’s largest publicly listed real estate companies. We own, manage, develop and finance a portfolio of high quality commercial property, focused on retail locations around the UK and London offices. We have total assets in the UK, owned or managed of £18.9 billion (of which British Land share is £13.6 billion), as valued at 31 March 2015. Our properties are home to over 1,200 different organisations ranging from international brands to local start-ups. Our objective is to deliver long-term and sustainable total returns to our shareholders and we do this by focusing on Places People Prefer. People have a choice where they work, shop and live and we aim to create outstanding places which make a positive difference to people’s everyday lives. Our customer orientation enables us to develop a deep understanding of the people who use our places. We employ a lean team of experts, who have the skills to translate this understanding into creating the right places, and we have an efficient capital structure which is able to effectively finance these places.

UK Retail assets account for 55% of our portfolio. As the UK’s largest listed owner and manager of retail space, our portfolio is well matched to the different ways people shop today. We are focused on being the destination of choice for retailers and their customers by being the best provider of spaces and services. Comprising around 22 million sq ft of retail space across shopping parks, superstores, shopping centres, department stores and leisure assets, the retail portfolio is modern, flexible and adaptable to a wide range of formats.

Our Office and Residential portfolio, which accounts for 45% of our portfolio is focused on London.  We have an attractive mix of high quality buildings in well managed environments and a pipeline of development projects which will add significantly to our portfolio. Increasingly, our Offices are in mixed-use environments which include retail and residential elements. Our 6.7 million sq ft of high quality office space includes Regent’s Place and Paddington Central in the West End and Broadgate, the premier city office campus (50% share).

Our size and substance demands a responsible approach to business. We believe leadership on issues such as sustainability helps drive our performance and is core to the delivery of our overall objective of driving shareholder value and creating Places People Prefer.

Further details can be found on the British Land website at www.britishland.com

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British Land announces the sale of 39 Victoria Street, SW1 to Singaporean property company Ho Bee Land for £144 million

British Land announces the sale of 39 Victoria Street, SW1 to Singaporean property company Ho Bee Land for £144 million

British Land and Oxford Properties announce that DRW Trading Group signed an Agreement for Lease at The Leadenhall Building

LONDON, 2015-7-17 — /EPR Retail News/ — British Land and Oxford Properties announce today that DRW Trading Group (“DRW”) has signed an Agreement for Lease at The Leadenhall Building. The building is now nearly 90% let or under offer with just five more floors still available.

DRW is a principal trading organisation headquartered in Chicago, with offices in Montreal, New York, San Francisco and Singapore. The company has chosen to relocate its London operations to The Leadenhall Building.

It is the seventh transaction to complete at the building this year, following commitments from Brit Insurance, Spanish banking group Banco Sabadell, Kames Capital, shipping broker Affinity, IT provider Ipsoft and Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, the building’s architects. The Leadenhall Building is already home to such businesses as global serviced office provider Servcorp and specialist pensions insurer Rothesay Life.

Tim Roberts, Head of Offices at British Land, said:
“Since completion, we have seen strong demand for the upper floors of The Leadenhall Building, translating into some standout deals with high calibre occupiers. We look forward to welcoming DRW, and our other confirmed occupiers to the building over the coming months.”

Mike Rayner, Head of Development, Oxford Properties, said:
“The Leadenhall Building is not only one of London’s landmarks, it provides state of the art, highly resilient office accommodation which is essential for a propriety trading business like DRW. We are very pleased they have decided to relocate their European headquarters to the building.”

DTZ and JLL advised British Land and Oxford Properties. Cushman & Wakefield advised DRW.

Enquiries:
Investor Relations
Sally Jones, British Land 020 7467 2942
Media
Pip Wood, British Land 020 7467 2838
Sally Saadeh, Oxford Properties 020 7822 2844
Andrew Scorgie, FTI Consulting 020 3727 1458

Notes to Editors

About British Land
We are one of Europe’s largest publicly listed real estate companies. We own, manage, develop and finance a portfolio of high quality commercial property, focused on retail locations around the UK and London offices. We have total assets in the UK, owned or managed of £18.9 billion (of which British Land share is £13.6 billion), as valued at 31 March 2015. Our properties are home to over 1,200 different organisations ranging from international brands to local start-ups. Our objective is to deliver long-term and sustainable total returns to our shareholders and we do this by focusing on Places People Prefer. People have a choice where they work, shop and live and we aim to create outstanding places which make a positive difference to people’s everyday lives. Our customer orientation enables us to develop a deep understanding of the people who use our places. We employ a lean team of experts, who have the skills to translate this understanding into creating the right places, and we have an efficient capital structure which is able to effectively finance these places.

UK Retail assets account for 55% of our portfolio. As the UK’s largest listed owner and manager of retail space, our portfolio is well matched to the different ways people shop today. We are focused on being the destination of choice for retailers and their customers by being the best provider of spaces and services. Comprising around 22 million sq ft of retail space across shopping parks, superstores, shopping centres, department stores and leisure assets, the retail portfolio is modern, flexible and adaptable to a wide range of formats.

Our Office and Residential portfolio, which accounts for 45% of our portfolio is focused on London.  We have an attractive mix of high quality buildings in well managed environments and a pipeline of development projects which will add significantly to our portfolio. Increasingly, our Offices are in mixed-use environments which include retail and residential elements. Our 6.7 million sq ft of high quality office space includes Regent’s Place and Paddington Central in the West End and Broadgate, the premier city office campus (50% share).

Our size and substance demands a responsible approach to business. We believe leadership on issues such as sustainability helps drive our performance and is core to the delivery of our overall objective of driving shareholder value and creating Places People Prefer.

Further details can be found on the British Land website at www.britishland.com

About Oxford Properties Group
Oxford Properties Group is a global platform for real estate investment, development and management, with over 1,750 employees and C$34bn of real assets that it manages for itself and on behalf of its co-owners and investment partners. Established in 1960, Oxford was acquired in 2001 by OMERS, one of Canada’s largest pension funds with over C$72bn in assets. Oxford has regional offices in Toronto, London and New York, each with investment, development and management professionals who have deep real estate expertise and local market insight.

For more information about Oxford visit: www.oxfordproperties.com.

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British Land and Oxford Properties announce that DRW Trading Group signed an Agreement for Lease at The Leadenhall Building

British Land and Oxford Properties announce that DRW Trading Group signed an Agreement for Lease at The Leadenhall Building