Make completes City scheme that resurrects 60s pedways

Make's London Wall Place

Half of London Wall office project is public realm

Make’s London Wall Place office scheme in the City of London has completed, with the main tenant due to move in this autumn.

Half the 75,000sq m project is public realm, with a series of gardens and walkways including four bridges which connect into remaining parts of the City’s post-war pedway system that sought to lift pedestrians out of the way of cars. The “highwalk” element was a requirement of planning consent.

The other half of the scheme involves two office buildings – 1 and 2 London Wall Place. Number two is a 17-storey office tower with retail and restaurant units on the first two levels and multiple tenants.

This content is available to Registered users

You are not currently logged in.

LOGIN or REGISTER to access this story

LOGIN or REGISTER for free access on selected stories and sign up for email alerts.

Take out a subscription to BD and you will get immediate access to:

  • Up to the minute architecture news from around the UK
  • Reviews of the latest buildings from all corners of the world
  • Our monthly digital edition including stunning photos, building and technical studies
  • Full access to all our online archives
  • PLUS you will receive a print copy of WA100 when it is published in January

Get access to premium content subscribe today