New images revealed as 120 Fleet Street redevelopment submits for planning permission

New images have been revealed for the proposed redevelopment of 120 Fleet Street in central London. Designed by BIG for developer CO—RE, the proposals involve the redevelopment of River Court and the renovation and opening to the public of the Grade II* listed Daily Express Building.

The new images have been released as part of the submitted planning proposals to the City of London, which follows a public consultation held earlier in the spring.

Replacing River Court, which was developed in the late 1990s as a single-occupant building and has been vacant since Goldman Sachs relocated its headquarters in 2019, 120 Fleet Street will offer 50,550 sqm office space and 1,700 sqm retail space over 21 floors.

120 Fleet Street will meet strong sustainability standards and will emphasise workplace wellbeing, a significant upgrade to the existing building, which has inflexible floorplates and low environmental performance. To reduce the impact of redevelopment, two basement levels of the existing building will be retained and reused. Read Property Week's story here