Derwent London plc owns a portfolio of commercial real estate predominantly in central London valued at £3.7 billion as at 30 June 2014, making it the largest London-focused real estate investment trust (REIT).
We typically acquire central London properties off-market with low capital values and modest rents in improving locations, most of which are either in the West End or the Tech Belt and capitalise on the unique qualities of each of our properties – taking a fresh approach to the regeneration of every building with a focus on anticipating tenant requirements and an emphasis on design.
Landmark schemes in our portfolio of 5.7 million sq ft as at 30 June 2014 include Angel Building EC1, The Buckley Building EC1, White Collar Factory EC1, 1-2 Stephen Street W1, Horseferry House SW1 and Tea Building E1.
In December 2014 Derwent London topped the real estate sector for the fifth year in a row and was placed ninth overall in the Management Today awards for ‘Britain’s Most Admired Companies’. Also in 2014 the Group won the Property Week ‘Developer of the Year’ and the RICS London Commercial Award, was shortlisted for awards by Architects’ Journal, BCO, NLA and OAS and awarded EPRA Gold for corporate and sustainability reporting.
Four-blocked, brick-faced office building stepping away from an 11-storey tower, with a rich mixture of tenancies.View project
The Building Society was created by engineers Elliott Wood to foster a collaborative community of like-minded individuals and organisations who are committed to improving the built environment for allView project
80 Charlotte Street is an inherently urban, major mixed use development comprising offices, residential (inc affordable housing), retail and a new pocket park. It is net zero carbon.View project
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