1. Cardinal Place

Cardinal Place Stunning trio of buildings encompassing office space and retail accommodation. This landmark site is home to 24 retailers, including a Marks & Spencer anchor store. together with blue-chip businesses.  Principal occupiers = Microsoft, Wellington Management.  Acquisition date = 1969  Completion = January 2006  Form of ownership = freehold  Ownership interest = 100%  Area = 47,500m2  Passing rent = £30m  Let by income = 100%

2. New Street Square

New Street Square  Innovative offices with retail and restaurants. Recreating traditional ground-level routes, including a delightful public square, the property offers office space with attractive retail and leisure facilities.  Principal occupiers = Deloitte, Taylor Wessing.  Acquisition date = 1958  Completion = May 2008  Form of ownership = leasehold  Ownership interest = 100%  Area = 65,300m2  Passing rent = £23m  Let by income = 100%

3. Queen Anne's Gate

Queen Anne’s Gate  This refurbished former Home Office building is now occupied by the Ministry of Justice. It was built by Land Securities in 1977, to designs by Sir Basil Spence.  Principal occupiers = Government.  Acquisition date = 1959  Completion = May 2008  Form of ownership = freehold  Ownership interest = 100%  Area = 31,100m2  Passing rent = £27m  Let by income = 100%

4. Bankside 2&3

Bankside 2&3  A contemporary office, retail and leisure space. The two buildings occupy a prime site on the South Bank, opposite the City and close to the West End, served by four major railway termini and several Underground lines.  Principal occupiers = Royal Bank of Scotland.  Acquisition date = 1969  Completion = August 2007  Form of ownership = freehold  Ownership interest = 100%  Area = 38,700m2  Passing rent = £17m  Let by income = 99%

5. Park House

Park House  Due for completion in 2012, this development will occupy an entire block on Europe’s busiest high street – Oxford Street. It will boast eight floors of offices, luxurious apartments, 11 retail units and the most sought-after commercial address in London.  Principal occupiers = n/a – development  Acquisition date = 1961  Completion = November 2012  Form of ownership = leasehold  Ownership interest = 100%  Area = 28,700m2  Passing rent = N/A  Let by income = N/A
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1.Cardinal Place

Stunning trio of buildings encompassing office space and retail accommodation. This landmark site is home to 24 retailers, including a Marks & Spencer anchor store. together with blue-chip businesses.

Principal occupiers

Microsoft, Wellington Management.

Acquisition date

1969

Completion

January 2006

Form of ownership

freehold

Ownership interest

100%

Area

47,500m2

Passing rent

£30m

Let by income

100%

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2. New Street Square

Innovative offices with retail and restaurants. Recreating traditional ground-level routes, including a delightful public square, the property offers office space with attractive retail and leisure facilities.

Principal occupiers

Deloitte, Taylor Wessing.

Acquisition date

1958

Completion

May 2008

Form of ownership

leasehold

Ownership interest

100%

Area

65,300m2

Passing rent

£23m

Let by income

100%

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3. Queen Anne’s Gate

This refurbished former Home Office building is now occupied by the Ministry of Justice. It was built by Land Securities in 1977, to designs by Sir Basil Spence.

Principal occupiers

Government.

Acquisition date

1959

Completion

May 2008

Form of ownership

freehold

Ownership interest

100%

Area

31,100m2

Passing rent

£27m

Let by income

100%

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4. Bankside 2&3

A contemporary office, retail and leisure space. The two buildings occupy a prime site on the South Bank, opposite the City and close to the West End, served by four major railway termini and several Underground lines.

Principal occupiers

Royal Bank of Scotland.

Acquisition date

1969

Completion

August 2007

Form of ownership

freehold

Ownership interest

100%

Area

38,700m2

Passing rent

£17m

Let by income

99%

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5. Park House

Due for completion in 2012, this development will occupy an entire block on Europe’s busiest high street – Oxford Street. It will boast eight floors of offices, luxurious apartments, 11 retail units and the most sought-after commercial address in London.

Principal occupiers

n/a – development

Acquisition date

1961

Completion

November 2012

Form of ownership

leasehold

Ownership interest

100%

Area

28,700m2

Passing rent

N/A

Let by income

N/A