Next phase of Broadgate redevelopment takes shape

1 and 2 Broadgate, seen from the south-west

Application looms for British Land’s flagship City of London site

Proposals to redevelop another cornerstone of the City of London’s 1980s Broadgate Centre are close to submission, it has emerged.

Site owners British Land and the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation have made no secret of their long-term interest in replacing the Arup-designed office development – part of which has already been replaced by Make Architects’ 5 Broadgate.

British Land secured a certificate of immunity from listing for 1-2 Broadgate in 2013, which expired earlier this year. However the buildings remain unlisted.

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