1988: the Great Northern Hotel seen from the car park of the King’s Cross Red Star Depot
1988: the view across St Pancras Lock, the Lock Keeper’s cottage and former Gasholders
1990: north-east view between the German Gymnasium and towards Gasholders
2008: former assembly shed looking north from the rear of the Granary Building
Source: John Sturrock
2018: the Granary Building seen from Goods Way
2020: the view across St Pancras Lock, the Lock Keeper’s cottage and Camden Council offices
2021: looking south from the roof terrace of 4 Pancras Square
A look back at the development of King’s Cross over the last 20 years.
Argent joint managing partner Robert Evans speaks to Property Week about the company’s redevelopment of the north London site, the lessons it learned along the way and what he thinks the scheme’s legacy will be.
Robert Evans, joint managing partner at Argent, talks to Property Week about King’s Cross - 20 years on.
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On 12 October, the government announced that approximately £58m of the Brownfield Land Release Fund has been allocated to local authorities to deliver housing on underutilised public sector land.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has alluded that he might not give a comprehensive response to the consultation on business rates reform when he gives his Budget next Wednesday, but might “tinker with the system” – on the grounds that he has not yet had time to give the question proper consideration.
Sunderland City Council’s executive director of development Peter McIntyre tells Property Week how Covid has accelerated a key regeneration scheme in the city, following investment by L&G and the council.
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