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The well-known “stump” which has marked the spot where the iconic pinnacle was set since 2012 now has a new future designed for it. The new design is 278m and 62 storeys tall, it will add 1.4 million square feet of net internal space on the market. It will feature a public viewing gallery which will be free for the public and also have a public restaurant and bar. The new design is seen to be revolution as it will promote cycling to work by having 1,500 parks for bikes along with showers, bike hire, repairs, sales, and safety training. The building has also increased its sustainability by being the first major office building in London to have an offsite delivery centre.
Teresa Beatty, a commercial surveyor at Morgan Pryce said “The combination of offsite delivery consolidation centre and biking facilities is very innovative and will be the way of the future. If more buildings work towards having the same sustainability goals as 22 Bishopsgate the level of congestion in the city area will reduce considerably.”
The building is planned to house 12,000 people and will also have GP facilities, a dentist, and dry cleaning facilities.
The original shape of the proposed pinnacle has also been changed and is now be a stepped building which will be 10 meters smaller than planned.
This news was brought to you by Morgan Pryce, a specialist tenant acquisition agent with offices in Oxford Circus and the City. Morgan Pryce specialises in search, negotiation and project management and works exclusively for tenants.