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David Walker Monument Street Design Approved

A new speculative office scheme designed by David Walker Architects has been given the green-light in the City of London.

Situated on the site of Centurion House it will replace a defunct nine-storey office building built between 1984 and 1985 sited near the Monument.

The new 12 floor building will feature nearly 8,000 square metres of office space plus two ground floor retail units with fully glazed frontages to help animate what should be a prize site in the City of London thanks to its immediate proximity to a tourist attraction.

Occupants of the office space will benefit from full height windows conservatively framed by a pale exterior, and a double height entrance hall.

The building is due to have a rapid development time with demolition starting on site in October, construction getting underway at the start of 2012, and completion scheduled for the second quarter of 2013.

The project is being developed as a joint venture by Rockspring and Charterfield Asset Management who are aiming at filling a niche in the office market in the City of London at a time when few others are building new grade-A quality space.

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