Kings Gate London SW1


We are the name behind many of London’s most significant and ground–breaking developments in recent years, including One New Change, New Street Square and 62 Buckingham Gate. We see each new development in the wider context of its surroundings and the contribution it makes to the life of London.

Nova Victoria

Taking its beautiful shape directly opposite Victoria station, Nova is an architecturally daring urban campus that is set to deliver a major new destination in the West End. It represents the crowning moment in the recent transformation of Victoria, turning the area from a central thoroughfare into a beautifully landscaped public quarter in which to work, live, eat, drink, shop and socialise.

Nova Victoria


ONE NEW CHANGE is Landsec’s latest development located on Cheapside in the heart of the City of London.  It is London’s newest shopping destination, complete with cafés and restaurants from renowned chefs and flagship menswear and womenswear fashion brands, all set overlooking London’s most famous landmark, St. Paul’s Cathedral. 

One New Change


62 Buckingham Gate is an exemplary new building in the heart of London’s Victoria.

A striking structure of tilting planes of glass. Its bold, modern design contains 257,000 sq ft of high spec office space, with new retail and public realm space at ground level.

The building has light-filled, highly efficient floorplates. By virtue of its island site, many of the floors have far-reaching views over London.

The art-filled double-height reception has a dedicated taxi drop-off point to the Buckingham Gate frontage.

62 Buckingham Gate


Since opening in January 2006, Cardinal Place has become one of the most recognisable sights in Victoria, the dramatic sweep of its glass façade narrowing to a single point at the corner of Victoria Street and Bressenden Place.

The estate includes three main buildings linked by attractive public gardens and thoroughfares. 562,952 square feet of offices have caught the interest of blue–chip businesses including Microsoft. Meanwhile, 24 retail and restaurant brands occupy the ground floor. Above it, you'll find a roof garden offering an oasis of tranquility.

Cardinal Place


Designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly, 20 Fenchurch Street is visually distinctive, and designed for maximum efficiency.  Developed by a joint venture partnership between two of the UK’s leading property companies in Canary Wharf Group and Landsec, 20 Fenchurch Street provides 680,000 sq ft of top quality offices with unrivalled panoramic views of London in the heart of the City.  20 Fenchurch Street also has an outside roof terrace, botanical gardens and resturant with practical completion of the building is on target for March 2014.

20 Fenchurch Street


The Zig Zag Building has been designed with the occupier in mind - every feature corresponding with the needs of businesses today - productivity, innovation and attraction & retention of talent are top of the agenda.

The building has been created to excel the expectations of the market place in the most ecologically responsible and technically sophisticated way possible whilst planning to respond to the changing needs of occupiers for generations to come.

Delivering 190,000 st ft of efficient large floor plates, terraces to the majority of floors and a communal terrace with views across London and the Royal Parks, inhabitants have choice, both within the building and outside.

The Zig Zag Building