AHMM's plans for Broadgate scheme given green light

1&2 Broadgate smaller

Work on scheme, which is being developed by British Land, is set to start next year

British Land’s plans to replace the southern-most element of London’s Broadgate Centre with a new AHMM-designed 14-storey scheme have been given the go-ahead by City planners.

The City of London Corporation’s planning committee unanimously approved the application for 1-2 Broadgate (pictured) at a meeting held last week.

Sir Robert McAlpine is set to start work on the deal, which is worth around £300m, next year.

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