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Sugar Quay in June 2013.

Sugar Quay in June 2013.

8. June 2013
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 7, 2012
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 7, 2012
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 7, 2012
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 7, 2012
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 7, 2012
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 7, 2012
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 7, 2012
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 7, 2012
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 7, 2012
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 7, 2012
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 7, 2012
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 7, 2012
Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

Sugar Quay in Spring 2012

April 2012
View to Sugar Quay from South Bank

View to Sugar Quay from South Bank

April 2012
Sugar Quay from Thames.

Sugar Quay from Thames.

March 2012
Sugar Quay in March 2011.

Sugar Quay in March 2011.

March 2011

Sugar Quay

Address:
Lower Thames Street, London EC3R 6DU
Type:
Mixed use
Area:
20,000m2
Viewed:
19562

Description of Sugar Quay

Sugar Quay was on Lower Thames Street in London EC3 was demolished in 2014.

Sugar Quay was 7-storeys with a plant level above, with an overall height of 37 metres. It was built for Tate and Lyle in the mid-1970's, and provided approximately 20,000m2.

The new 280,193 sq ft residential development Landmark Place replaces Sugar Quay located on the bank of the River Thames by Tower Bridge, will comprise 165 residential apartments across 11 storeys, a mixed use ground floor incorporating residential facilities and amenities, and a waterfront commercial unit.


Source:
1. CPC Group cpcgroup.gg
2. london.gov.uk

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News & Comments: (3)

Buildington
2013/11/19 15:59

Christian Candy’s CPC Group has entered into an option with The Wardens and the Commonalty of the Mistery of Fishmongers of the City of London (The Fishmongers’ Company) to acquire the freehold interest in Sugar Quay, London.

CPC acquired the long leasehold interest in Sugar Quay on 7th March 2012 with the intention of developing this prime office and retail site into high-end residential accommodation with an element of retail on the lower floors. Planning permission that enables CPC to carry out its development plans was granted on 16th September 2013 by the City of London.

Christian Candy (founder of CPC) said: “We are delighted to have reached agreement with the Fishmongers’ Company to acquire the freehold interest in Sugar Quay. This is an extremely exciting development project and it will transform the City of London’s residential offering. We will start the development activity shortly and we expect the building to be finished by late 2016.”

The 280,193 sq ft residential development located on the bank of the River Thames by Tower Bridge, will comprise 165 residential apartments across 11 storeys, a mixed use ground floor incorporating residential facilities and amenities, and a waterfront commercial unit.

Source: CPC Group Cpcgroup.gg 18.11.2013

Buildington
2013/03/23 10:52

The City of London’s Planning Committee resolved to grant planning permission for SQ Guernsey Limited’s (“SQGL”) planning application for the redevelopment of the Sugar Quay site. SQGL is part of CPC Group.

The 280,193 sq ft residential development located on the bank of the River Thames by Tower Bridge, will comprise 165 residential apartments across 11 storeys, a mixed use ground floor incorporating residential facilities and amenities, and a waterfront commercial unit.

Christian Candy, Founder of the CPC Group comments: “We are delighted with the outcome of the planning application. This is a unique site directly on the river and the redevelopment will make a major contribution to this part of the River Thames, whilst delivering an exceptional living experience in a prominent location in the City of London.”

World renowned London architects Foster + Partners worked closely with SQGL on the redevelopment proposals following their appointment in July 2012.

Grant Brooker, Senior Partner at Foster + Partners adds: “This is excellent news – we believe that Sugar Quay will reactivate a very significant piece of London’s riverfront and make a positive contribution to the UNESCO World Heritage Site, just 100 metres from the Tower of London. Our design uses a strong masonry palette, appropriate to the historic setting and we have articulated the building’s simple linear form with a series of bays and a number of roof levels that gradually step down towards the river. We have had great support from the City of London and together with our client SQGL we look forward to delivering our shared vision for this wonderful site.”

Source: cpcgroup.gg 22.03.2013

Buildington
2012/03/09 01:39

CPC Group has bought Sugar Quay site from administrators.

Read more here: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/candy-brothers-develop-an-appetite-for-sugar-quay-in-swoop-on-city-7499709.html?origin=internalSearch

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