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Land Securities

We are the name behind many of London’s most significant and ground–breaking developments in recent years, including One New Change, 20 Fenchurch Street and 62 Buckingham Gate. We see each new development in the wider context of its surroundings and the contribution it makes to the life of London.


One New Change lies at the heart of our City portfolio.

Designed by Jean Nouvel, this mixed-use development offers approximately 341,215 square feet of prestigious office space and 221,736 square feet of shops, cafés and restaurants. It is playing the leading role in the transformation of the City into a seven-day shopping and leisure destination, as well as being the natural home for blue-chip businesses in an increasingly diverse range of sectors.

One new change


Representing one of the next big steps in our regeneration of Victoria, building on the success of nearby Cardinal Place, and working in tandem with our residential development at Wellington House and longer-term plans for Victoria Circle. The existing outmoded building on Victoria Street will be replaced with a 13–storey, prism–like structure conceived by architects Pelli Clarke Pelli and Swanke Hayden & Connell. The result will include 252,400 square feet of prime office space, with high–profile retail units at ground level.

62 Buckingham Gate


Since opening in January 2006, Cardinal Place has become one of the most recognisable sights in Victoria, the dramatic sweep of its glass façade narrowing to a single point at the corner of Victoria Street and Bressenden Place.

The estate includes three main buildings linked by attractive public gardens and thoroughfares. 562,952 square feet of offices have caught the interest of blue–chip businesses including Microsoft. Meanwhile, 24 retail and restaurant brands occupy the ground floor. Above it, you'll find a roof garden offering an oasis of tranquility.

Cardinal Place


Work commenced in 2010 and Wellington House represents one of London's first developments to complete since the beginning of the downturn.

It also represents a breakthrough for Land Securities. With our reputation for excellence and attention to detail in commercial and retail developments, we are now bringing the same qualities to bear in the residential market. Wellington House is one of the first major examples. Created by John McAslan and Partners, it contains 59 private residential apartments, ranging from one to four–bed apartments.

Wellington House


Park House is a new mixed–use development. It's set to be the most sought-after commercial address in London. But office space is just one element in the mix. Eleven retail units feature shop fronts twice the average height for the area, perfect for drawing in the estimated 200 million people who visit Oxford Street every year. Then there are the residential apartments, with their own entrance on North Row luxurious spaces in the heart of Mayfair, with Selfridges as your local corner shop.

Architect CGI


Rafael Viñoly‘s design for the new 38–storey building at 20 Fenchurch Street, dubbed the Walkie-Talkie, is stunning on a purely aesthetic level. 155 metres up, a spectacular Sky Garden will offer views across the capital. Extending to over 29,924 square feet, it will include an outside roof terrace, botanical gardens and a restaurant with 360–degree views; this will be London's highest public park. With 668,926 square feet of office space, it has widespread commercial appeal.

20 Fenchurch Street


A 14 storey building comprising 190,000 sq ft of contemporary commercial office space. The Zig Zag Building is part of a wider development that features new public realm and thoroughfares, gardens, retail, restaurants and a residential building containing 100 luxurious, private apartments. The staggered façade gives way to terrace spaces on higher floors, with breathtaking views over Victoria.

The Zig Zag Building