Fifty Fenchurch at 50 Fenchurch Street is a commercial development in the City of London EC3.
The new development will include:
- 60,000m2 of office space across 35 floors;
- 800m2 of retail space;
- public roof garden and winter garden on level 10;
- 1248 long-stay cycle parking spaces, alongside showers and associated facilities;
- 42 short-stay cycle parking spaces
- A new public square for the City with the Grade I listed All Hallows Staining Church tower as its centre point.
- A new Livery Hall and offices for the Clothworkers’ Company and The Clothworkers’ Foundation.
The scheme will also relocate the historical 12th century Lambe’s Chapel Crypt to a new location forming part of the free public exhibition at the lower ground floor level, enriching the cultural attraction of the City to visitors and workers.
The new building will incorporate extensive vertical urban greening that is designed to mitigate air and noise pollution, combat the heat island effect, improve biodiversity, and help rainwater run-off management. It will also make the area healthier and more attractive for workers, residents and visitors.
Fixty Fenchurch development aims to achieve BREEAM Outstanding and WELL Shell Platinum ratings.
2020 May - City Corporation approves plans for the redevelopment.
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Site & Location
50 Fenchurch Street development site is bounded by Fenchurch Street, Mincing Lane, Dunster Court and Mark Lane and is to the west of Fenchurch Street Station. The site is owned by The Clothworkers’ Company. It includes 41-43 Mincing Lane, 40-54 Fenchurch Street, former church hall and the Clothworkers' Hall (all to be demolished) and the Grade I Listed Tower of All Hallows Staining.
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