King’s Cross Offices Get Green Light

Planning permission has been given for new office space at King’s Cross, as well as Camden Council’s contact centre, a modern public library and new two-pool public sports centre. The new sustainable building, which will be constructed to very high “green” standards, will stand at the centre of the wider King’s Cross development that is happening at Pancras Square. The development features new shops, open space, and leisure facilities.

“For more than two decades the Council has driven the regeneration of King’s Cross,” says Councillor Theo Blackwell, a Cabinet member for Finance with Camden Council. “With this new building we will be an active and permanent part of it, linking the inner city development in Western Europe, with residents in the rest of the borough. The new building will provide new public services for local residents and save in excess of £77 million which would otherwise be bled from other budgets to refurbish and maintain existing public buildings.”

Blackwell goes on to say that a modern new library, as well as sports facilities and the Contact Centre that are part of the new building, will make it simpler for residents to be able to make use of all of their services. The developers hope to offer residents a more cost effective and efficient office accommodation, which in turn saves taxpayer money that can then be redistributed elsewhere.

The new facility will be paid for by the termination or sale of seven existing offices in Camden.

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