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Millbank Tower office building in May 2010.

May 2010

Millbank Tower in May 2010

May 2010

View to Millbank Tower from across the river.

July 2011

Millbank Tower in March 2014.

March 9, 2014

Millbank Tower

March 9, 2014

Millbank Tower

March 9, 2014

Looking up at Millbank Tower

March 9, 2014

Millbank Tower in May 2010.

May 1, 2010

Millbank Tower

21-24 Millbank, London SW1P 4QP
January 1963

Description of Millbank Tower

Millbank Tower is a 118-metre landmark office building on the banks of river Thames, London SW1.

2015 August - Planning application submitted for redevelopment of Millbank Tower. Designed by John McAslan + Partners.

2015 April - John McAslan + Partners commissioned by Motcomb Estates to convert the 33 storey, 118m high Millbank Tower and Complex into high-end residential and 5-star hotel use.

The original scheme was designed by Ronald Ward + Partners for the engineering company Vickers and completed in 1963. It is listed at Grade II and one of the few London towers to be praised for its structural elegance and composition.

Architect: Ronald Ward and Partners

Connected Companies

Main Contractor:
Deloitte Real Estate
Reuben Brothers

Buildington Rating & Notes

News & Comments: (5)

2015/08/29 10:40

Planning application submitted for:

Refurbishment and replacement of facades and erection of 3 additional floors and plant enclosure to both Millbank Tower and the Y buildings; demolition and replacement of north and south podium buildings including erection of single storey roof extension to north podium; infill of courtyard between Y and north podium buildings; excavation of basement levels; demolition of rear car park in association with re-landscaping and reconfiguration of wider site; all in association with the use of the Tower as 215 private residential flats (Class C3) and Skybar (ancillary to adjacent Class C1), the south podium as an arts/ cultural facility (Class D1) and the north podium and Y buildings as a 195 bedroom hotel (Class C1).

Source: Westminster City Council
Ref no: 15/07756/FULL
Application validated: 25 Aug 2015

2015/06/04 23:02

With an average rent of £29.50 per sq ft ft across Millbank Tower - around £10 per sq ft less than the market average - the last year has seen a total of 16 lettings, reports Tuckerman. A final letting of around 16,000 sq ft to MacMillan, the cancer support charity on the third and fifth floors brought the premises to full capacity.

Tuckerman was joint agents with Deloitte and JLL at Millbank Tower.


2011/11/17 17:30

Millbank Tower Ltd is nearing full occupancy following a flurry of recent lettings amounting to 30,000 sq ft of Grade A space in Millbank Tower.

Millbank Tower Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Aldersgate Investments Ltd which is the main property vehicle of the Reuben Brothers.

A deal for 19,000 sq ft of offices on the 7th, 8th and part 9th floors have recently exchanged to a private occupier, advised by DeVono, for a rent of £35 psf.

Another recent letting was 7,500 sq ft on the 5th floor to a metals trading company and a further 3,500 sq ft to a charity on part of the 9th floor.

Millbank Tower is an iconic 30-storey listed building overlooking the Thames in Westminster. The Tower has long-standing tenants including Conservative Party HQ, OPHSO and Audit Commission.

Drivers Jonas Deloitte and Jones Lang LaSalle advised the landlord.


2011/11/16 20:56

Millbank Tower will be made to look like it is gyrating from side to side and falling down in a spectacular lighting stunt. Read more:

2011/11/10 22:36

Westminster City Council gives permission for the use of 28th floor for office, conference centre and private function use (sui generis).

For more information go to Date Decision: 27.10.2011. Ref. no. 11/03155/FULL.

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