New London Architecture

100 Liverpool Street

Built

100 Liverpool Street is a new benchmark for offices, designed and managed to the highest sustainability standards. The mixed-use development comprises 520,000 sq m workspace, retail, F&B & terraces.
Zero Carbon London

Zero Carbon London

→ Targeting BREEAM Outstanding
→ Net Zero building
→ Designed for WELL v1 certification
→ Over 49% of all concrete used was retained and reused – saving 4,086 tonnes of carbon vs new

A new benchmark for offices, designed and managed to the highest sustainability standards, the mixed- use development comprises 437,000 sq ft workspace, 81,000 sq ft retail, F&B and leisure space, with 26,000sq ft of terraces. This project converted a tired 1980’s building into a new benchmark for London offices. British Land’s first ultra-low carbon building and the first major development in the UK with a converged network and smart-enabled infrastructure. Certified BREEAM ‘Outstanding’, Wired ‘Platinum’, WELL ‘Gold’, and all electricity from renewable sources.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

City of London

Size

520000 sq m

Completion

September 2020


Location

100 Liverpool St, London EC2M 2RH, UK


Team Credits

Client

British Land

Architect

Hopkins Architects Partnership LLP

Structural Engineer

AKT II

Engineer

Sir Robert McAlpine


Listed by

British Land

Last updated on

06/11/2020


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