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Following a successful period of growth and expansion, government-owned regeneration specialist LCR this week announced that it has moved to a new HQ in Central London.

Located on Cranbourn Street, near Leicester Square, the modern office design signifies a major step forward for the company. Set over two floors, the 5,600 sq. ft space features a range of flexible workspaces to support agile working.

The office move comes off the back of significant growth for the firm, with 24 new hires being made in the past year in order to bolster the support for LCR’s growing portfolio of regeneration projects and regional strategic partnerships.

Peter Hawthorne, interim CEO of LCR, said: “This has been an exciting year for LCR, and rapid growth now calls for an upgrade in our office space to accommodate our expanding workforce. We’re dedicated to providing a workplace where all employees can enjoy wellbeing and success, and the new offices are the perfect setting for our people to flourish as we deliver a number of exciting new projects.”

Among these projects, Waterloo.London, launched in June 2019, is designed to set a new benchmark for retail destinations at travel hubs. Opening in Spring 2021, the 135,000 sq. ft redevelopment will comprise of forty new glass-fronted units over three floors, as well as external-facing units along a new pedestrianised street, the Waterloo Curve.

LCR is a skilled commercial developer and the UK Government’s regeneration expert, generating economic and social value through creating exciting new destinations for people to live, work and experience.

Wholly owned by the UK Government, it has a 20-year track record of delivering major transport-linked regeneration schemes, including the multi-billion-pound redevelopments of King’s Cross and Stratford City – two of London’s most successful regeneration stories.

London & Continental Railways Limited, 20 Cranbourn Street, London, WC2H 7AA  Tel: +44 (0) 20 7391 4300  Fax: +44 (0) 20 7391 4401

Registered in England and Wales, company number 02966054 at the above address.