Saunderson House office building in London EC1.

Saunderson House office building in London EC1.


1-12 Long Lane

1-2 Long Lane, London EC1A 9HF
Local Authority:
City of London

Description of 1-12 Long Lane

1-12 Long Lane is an office development in Barbican, London EC1.

The scheme will create over 8,000m2 of flexible office floorspace and more than 700m2 of retail floor space.

The development includes re-landscaping which offers a range of seating, a living green wall and public realm improvements.


Saunderson House is situated at 1 Long Lane.

2020 October - The City of London Corporation approves plans for demolition of existing buildings and structures to the basement level and construction of an eight-storey office (Class B1) building with basement and lower basement with retail (Class A1/A2/A3) at the part ground and basement levels together with ancillary cycle parking, associated servicing, plant, amenity terraces, landscaping and other associated works. Ref. no. 18/01020/FULMAJ.

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Barbican Underground Station
Circle, Hammersmith-city, Metropolitan
Museum Of London
4, 56

News: (1)

Plans Approved

The City of London Corporation has approved plans for a new 8-storey office building at 1-12 Long Lane.

Oliver Sells QC, Deputy Chairman of the Planning and Transportation Committee at the City of London Corporation, commented: “The approved scheme strikes the right balance of office and retail space while enhancing this part of the City and taking into consideration the responses from residents and officers.

“The inclusion of cycle parking provisions and urban greening elements are particularly commendable and reflect the City Corporation’s commitments to tackling air pollution and increasing sustainability.”

The City of London Corporation has a commitment to world-class sustainable development and has included the key aims of the greening of the City and more open spaces in the City Plan 2036.

This means that all new developments and refurbishments will be required to include a greening element to the building or public realm to contribute to improving biodiversity, rainwater run-off, air and noise pollution, temperature regulation, and making the City a more visually desirable business location.

27/10/2020 17:53 by Buildington

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