Lloyd's Building

City EC3M
E
Commercial building

Key Details

Address
1 Lime Street, London EC3M 7HA
Completion
1986
Buildings
1
Use Classes
E

Overview

Lloyd's Building is a Grade I office building in the City of London EC3.

In 1978, faced with the prospect of overcrowding, the Lloyd's Committee commissioned the architect Richard Rogers (now Lord Rogers of Riverside) to redevelop the Lloyd's 1958 building in Lime Street. In November 1986, HM The Queen officially opened the new building at One Lime Street, which Lloyd's occupies today.

Source: lloyds.com

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Site & Location

Transport

NATIONAL-RAIL
London Fenchurch Street Rail StationC2c
BUS
St Mary Axe25, N25, N550

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Year
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Disclaimer

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