Architects shortlisted to design £170m cybercrime court

New court site on Fleet St

Prestige project will also contain new HQ for City of London Police

Six architects are believed to be vying to design a brand new £170m court building on Fleet Street, one of London’s most historic thoroughfares.

The government announced plans for a flagship court for fraud and cybercrime in the summer and began an Ojeu process to procure an architect for the 31,600sq ft scheme.

Up to six architects have been have been invited to tender for the buildings, pocketing £10,000 each for outline plans. The winner of the £11m contract, along with other consultants, is due to be appointed by January.

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