Work begins on Spparc's £300m Borough project

Spparc's £300m Borough Yards project - Clink Yard

Job involves new-build and reuse of historic railway arches

Spparc has released more images of its £300m Borough Yards project in London’s Bankside as work starts on site.

The scheme, next to Borough Market, will repurpose 8,500sq m of railway arches – including the old Vinopolis site – retain a number of warehouse facades and add five mixed-use buildings.

Two to six storeys in height, these will contain offices, fashion retail, a gallery and cinema, restaurants and creative spaces.

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