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Delancey submits £400m King’s Cross lab plans

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Located at the Knowledge Development and Innovation District, the limited space is located next to the disused York Street subway station.

The design of 176-178 York Road was designed by architect Kohn Pedersen Fox and structural engineer Arup to avoid stressing the three railway tunnels and two Piccadilly Line tunnels that run approximately 5 meters underground.Reports Construction Journal.

The design of the building allows it to adapt to changes in the market and its occupants, with opportunities to change the scale of laboratories and offices from time to time.

Both practical and practical measures were taken to reduce the overall carbon footprint. It includes all-electric MEP measures, solar PV roofs and various materials to reduce your ecological footprint. Advance attack Nabers 4. 5+ stars.

Nathan Watt, development director at Delancey, said: “We have worked on some of the UK’s largest regeneration projects and have a track record of delivering results on complex and challenging sites, creating outstanding assets for the benefit of clients’ money.

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