Landmark Court is a mixed use development of a 0.7-acre site between Southwark Street, Redcross Way and Crossbones Graveyard.
Blackfriars Crown Court, a former law court, will be redeveloped by Fabrix. The building has been rebranded as Roots in the Sky to reflect its focus on sustainability, wellbeing and the provision green spaces for both public and private use.
A development of the iconic Southwark Tube station to provide 200,000 sq ft of office space as well as hospitality and retails space.
The development includes residential, a hotel, a music venue, shops and offices in buildings up to 53 storeys high.
A new six storey development that will create 8,500 sqm of new office space.
The refurbishment and redevelopment of this site will bring a next-generation workspace along with a diverse mix of shops, cafés, restaurants and spaces for entertainment and cultural events.
This redevelopment will provide around 40,000 sq ft of office space, as well as space for retail and hospitality.
The current group of buildings are being transformed through the re-use and extension of the existing buildings fabric and structure along with new build construction to create a collection of modern workspaces in Bankside.
Bankside Yards is a 1.4 million sq ft residential, office and retail development, creating eight new buildings across the site.
The project seeks to enhance the area of Southwark around London Bridge station, St Thomas Street and Borough High Street by regenerating the underutilised historic yards to provide generous and accessible new public spaces, connect retail routes, and retain and restore built heritage on site.
A brand-new mixed-use development consisting of 163 apartments, office space, retail and a landscaped pedestrian boulevard connecting Park and Emerson Street.
Located on Sumner Street, The Forge will create around 140,000sq ft of office space across the two new buildings.
Borough Yards is a new dining, shopping and cultural destination in the heart of medieval London