Camden Council and KCCLP agree deal to create ‘innovative’ London offices


A deal has been agreed between Camden Council and the King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP), which will see the construction of new London office space, located in the borough of King’s Cross.

Set to measure around 185,000 sq ft, it is hoped that the building will reach a BREEAM (BRE Environmental Assessment Method) rating of ‘Outstanding’ – if it achieves this, it will be one of the UK’s first inner-city properties to be given this rating.

The building is set to provide Camden Council with new offices, while two floors of the premises will be let out; a new leisure facility, library and access centre are also set to be located at the building.

Located at 3 Pancras Square, the building has been designed by the architectural practice, Bennetts Associates Architects.

KCCLP’s Robert Evans, said: “Three Pancras Square will be a very high quality building, combining flexible office spaces and modern public facilities with elegant architecture and the very highest standards of sustainability.”

Work on the building is expected to begin early next year (2012), with completion of the project earmarked for the summer of 2014.

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