Renzo Piano's Paddington Cube finally gets underway

Renzo Piano's Paddington Cube

Delayed £825m project expected to complete in 2021

Work has finally started on Renzo Piano’s controversial £825m Cube development in Paddington.

A main contractor is expected to be named shortly.

Plagued with delays – and several court battles – the Sellar project on behalf of owners Great Western Developments will feature Piano’s 360,000sq ft 19-storey office building on the site of an old Royal Mail sorting office next to Paddington Station.

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