Search engine giant Google has revealed that it will be using the London office space that it agreed a lease for last year as a new campus for tech start-ups.
Having agreed a ten-year deal for the property at 4-5 Bonhill Street, Google is expected to open its doors to entrepreneurs and start-ups based in the east of the capital within weeks.
Located in close proximity to the Silicon Roundabout, the property is set to offer a mix of office space, meeting rooms and specially designed relaxation areas.
In a statement, Google said: “In the coming weeks, Google, working with a number of partners, will officially open Campus – Silicon Roundabout’s largest co-working space and entrepreneur community.
“East London’s Tech City is already home to hundreds of world-leading developers, entrepreneurs and ideas,” the statement read.
Although prices for a spot at the campus have not been announced, Google has encouraged interested parties to register online.
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