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Reception at 29 Lincoln's Inn Fields office building.

Reception at 29 Lincoln's Inn Fields office building.

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The top floors of 29 Lincoln's Inn Fields building. Newman's Row elevation.

The top floors of 29 Lincoln's Inn Fields building. Newman's Row elevation.

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29 Lincoln's Inn Fields - the balcony on Newman's Row

29 Lincoln's Inn Fields - the balcony on Newman's Row

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Bronzed steel statue by Barry Flanagan called Camdonian opposite to 29 Lincoln's Inn Fields.

Bronzed steel statue by Barry Flanagan called Camdonian opposite to 29 Lincoln's Inn Fields.

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The front elevation of 29 Lincoln's Inn Fields is facing Lincoln's Inn Fields gardens.

The front elevation of 29 Lincoln's Inn Fields is facing Lincoln's Inn Fields gardens.

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29 Lincoln's Inn Fields

Address:
29 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3EG
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
1924
Offices:
1
Viewed:
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Description of 29 Lincoln's Inn Fields

29 Lincoln's Inn Fields is a building on the corner of Lincoln's Inn Fields and Newman's Row in London WC2.

Offices To Let:
Flexible office space available through Lower Richmond Properties Limited LPR.

Facilities:
- Reception
- Meeting rooms
- 24h CCTV secure building access
- Business lounge with Satellite TV

Occupiers:
2016 July - Malcolm Reading Consultants (MRC).
1970s - 2016 - Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) headquarters.
- Former Chartered Auctioneers' and Estate Agents' Institute building.
- Former Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors.

Built in 1924 as a three storey building by F. H. Greenaway & J.E. Newberry [1].

Transport:
The nearest tube station is Holborn - less than 5 minutes' walk.

Location
The building is situated on the northern side of the Lincoln's Inn Fields square, which is accessible by public, has seating, tennis courts and plenty of green space.

The building is within the Holborn & Covent Garden Ward in the London Borough of Camden.

References:
1. London: North By Bridget Cherry, Nikolaus Pevsner pp. 307.

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