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A building designed to foster and encourage sustainability sciences has been given the go-ahead by planning authorities in the East End of London.
The engineering and technology services firm Siemens has welcomed the decision by the London Borough of Newham Council as an important one for sustainability in the city.
Siemens’ is behind the development, which is designed to incorporate areas set aside for exhibition, conferencing and education purposes, as well as roughly 21,500 sq ft of new London office space.
The site ear-marked for development covers close to a quarter of a million square feet and will be within walking distance of the Olympic Park, currently being established in the East End of London.
“Our aim is to create an attractive focal point that celebrates London’s ambition and leadership in green technologies and sustainability,” explained Siemens chief executive Andrea Gross.
“I hope the Siemens Pavilion will act as a catalyst for wider community involvement in the debate about how we best address the challenge of climate change in our cities,” she added.
Last week, a report from the chartered surveying business Farebrother suggested that dozens of third sector organisations in particular are taking advantage of good deals on office space to rent in the Midtown areas of central London.
The company maintains that third sector operators should be looking to get more for their money when it comes to renting London office space.