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Derwent London transforms commercial properties through good design - for the benefit of shareholders, occupiers and the community.
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Derwent London Oct 21
Delighted that our Brunel Building in Paddington has picked up the prestigious BCO Commercial Workplace award. Massive credit to amongst others - a great team effort!
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Make Architects Oct 15
Lovely write-up of our Asta House project in . Including an interview with architect Kunwook Kang exploring the industrial-chic design for client 📸 Jack Hobhouse
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Derwent London Oct 12
Derwent London is pleased to announce that it has collected 80% of its September Quarter Day rent, which is higher than both the June and March 2020 quarters at an equivalent time. Full details available at:
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Fletcher Priest Oct 2
Brunel Building has won a Structural Steel Design Award! "This project shows how a proactive client working with a talented team can produce a workplace building of the highest integrity." Congratulations to all the team
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Fletcher Priest Sep 28
Commissioned by , international artist cast a giant plug in bronze to cap the top of one of the boreholes used to moderate temperature at . The work, entitled Axis Mundi, has been installed on 's canal side! 📷 Fletcher Priest
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Derwent London Sep 28
John Davies, Head of Sustainability at Derwent London, talks about the role of data in our Net Zero Carbon journey -
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Derwent London Aug 10
Derwent London announces that Simon Silver, Executive Director and co-founder, has informed the Board of his intention to retire from the Board with effect from 26 February 2021. Further details at:
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Derwent London Aug 10
Interim Results 2020 Video - Watch Paul Williams and Damian Wisniewski discuss our performance over the last six months -
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Derwent London Aug 10
Derwent London is pleased to announce its Interim Results 2020. The presentation webcast will be broadcast at 9.30am -
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Derwent London Jul 28
"I'm a strong believer that green buildings are going to worth more than brown buildings...this is a good business decision as well as being environmentally and morally the right decision."Listen to our CEO Paul Williams discuss our Net Carbon Zero Pathway
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Derwent London Jul 28
Derwent London is pleased to release its Net Zero Carbon Pathway which provides the detail of how we plan to tackle climate change, bringing forward our NZC target to 2030 (from 2050)
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Derwent London Jul 23
Thrilled to have been shortlisted for the EG UK Company of the Year award :-)
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Derwent London Jul 13
Replying to @MartinSurveyor
Hi Martin. It's not definite although it was reported in The Times on Saturday that the offices "are likely be occupied by TOG".
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Derwent London Jul 13
Derwent London is pleased to announce that it has exchanged contracts to sell the long leasehold interest of 2 & 4 Soho Place W1 to Sir Lloyd Dorfman’s family’s property interests for £40.5m before costs -
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Derwent London Jul 6
This morning Derwent London announced an update to its June and March rent collection figures. The full announcement can be found at:
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Make Architects Jun 25
We’re celebrating finishing Asta House, which forms a significant part of 's 80 Charlotte Street. The industrial-inspired interiors for the 26 new residences and 1,000m2 of workplace feature a monochrome palette throughout ⚫️⚪️
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Jonathan Banks Jun 18
MTVH have moved into at The Johnson Building, a development by in Hatton Garden. The won the RIBA for in 2008. I photographed the offices for who completed the .
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Derwent London Jun 16
Replying to @swyatt82 @BCG and 2 others
We will disclose operational energy consumption intensity once the building has been in operation and we have something to report. It will be set out in the ‘Energy Benchmarking’ section of our Responsibility Report.
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Derwent London Jun 16
Replying to @swyatt82 @BCG and 2 others
Hi Simon. The design embodied carbon intensity for the building is disclosed on page 33 of our latest Responsibility Report available at:
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Derwent London Jun 16
Replying to @PabloBolco1 @UChl
Hi there. Glad you are still following us after all of these years. We did this deal directly with UCLH. Keep up the great work!
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