Royal London takes over 32K sq ft at 22 Haymarket Yards

Published: 29 November 2017

UK insurance and pension giant, Royal London, is to take 32,335 sq ft on the ground, 1 st and 2 nd floors at 22 Haymarket Yards in the former Tesco Bank building next to Haymarket Station

Around 350 employees will relocate imminently to the Grade A office building, which is owned by Aviva Investors. Following this significant letting, the building is now 70 per cent occupied, leaving suites ranging from 4,721 to 14,494 sq ft to let.

This is another significant letting for the city, which is on course to see office take up exceed 1m sq ft by the end of the year, for only the second time in the capital’s history.

James Thomson , Partner, Cushman and Wakefield

 

Ian Davidson, of Lambert Smith Hampton, who represented Royal London, said: “The space at 22 Haymarket Yards is very well suited to Royal London’s requirements. It offers a Grade A specification and through working with Tesco Bank we were able to acquire the space with fit out and furniture ideally suited to our client’s needs, and on a short term basis appropriate for the project in hand...”

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