After being the target of London’s first attack during the First World it also survived British Rail’s plans to demolish the station in favour of a modern development.
The now famous 1979 conservation campaign was led by Sir John Bejtemen and Sir Spike Milligan, and the building subsequently becoming the muse for some pretty decent poetry.
Classic & Contemporary Design - Stained Timber, Panelling, Steel Mesh & Copper.
Retaining a lot of the character features throughout the building, the refurbishment has added a modern and elegant finish. The building provides a wonderful break out lounge with plenty of seating for informal and more private meetings. The main lounge also has a fantastic view into the main concourse of Liverpool Street Station. The office space is bright and spacious, the floor plates have been efficiently design to maximise its full potential.
Directly next door to Liverpool Street Station, which provides access to mainline train services, Central line, Hammersmith and City line, Metropolitan line and Circle line.
Easily located on Liverpool Street, with the main entrance between Miyako and McDonalds.
A short walk to a number of restaurants, bars and shops in the area.