British Land has won The New City Architecture Award for two of their London offices.
201 Bishopsgate and The Broadgate Tower have been recognised by the Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects as making the most significant contribution to London’s sky and streetscape.
To mark the giving of the award, Lord Mayor of London, David Wootton, unveiled a plaque.
At the event he stated: “These stunning buildings reflect the vision, creativity and energy of developers British Land. It is essential that the City continues to showcase innovative and exciting architecture to further enhance its reputation as the world’s leading financial centre.”
Having received the award, British Land chief executive, Chris Grigg, said: “Both 201 Bishopsgate and The Broadgate Tower are testaments to the success of our strategy to develop iconic buildings which meet a diverse range of occupier needs.
“Through our combined offer of architectural creativity and efficient management we are able to attract and retain the world’s leading occupiers,” Mr Grigg concluded.
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