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Ten Trinity Square Also known as The Port Of London Building and The Willis Group Building

 

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  • Ten Trinity Square is a building that straddles both the City of London and Tower Hamlets.
  • The building is topped by a series of sculptures representing Commerce, Navigation, Exportation and Produce plus the symbol of the river, Father Thames.
  • It was originally built for the Port of London Authority and opened by the Prime Minister, David Lloyd George on the 27th October, 1922.

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29-01-2009 > Woods Bagot Plan Ten Trinity Square Overhaul

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Architect
Sir Thomas Edwin Cooper
Developer
Port of London Authority
Main Contractor
Mowlem
Renovation Architect
Woods Bagot

Reference Data

Reference No.
4513
First Uploaded
19-02-2006
Last Editorial Date
29-02-2016
Planning Application Number
11/00317/FULMAJ
 

Building Location

Address
10 Trinity Square, London. EC3
Council
City of London
County
London
Region
London
Country
United Kingdom

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Building Specification

Status
Complete
Proposal date
1912
Construction start date
1915
Completion date
1922
Renovation Date
2014
Heritage Status
Grade II*
Style
Art Deco

Roof Height (AGL)
51.00

Total Floors (O.G)
12
Total Floors (U.G)
4

Market Data

Primary Use
Hotel
Secondary Use
Residential

Flats
40
Hotel Rooms
98

Land Costs
£463,304.00
Date of Purchase
1912
Construction Cost
£885,088.00
Budget Date
1922

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