Axa Real Estate and GIC, the investment arm of the Singaporean government, are to bring Thomas Moore Square in East London to the market next month with a price tag of around £250m.

The 560,000 sq ft (52,025 sq m) office scheme is being marketed by Jones Lang LaSalle. The six-acre campus is owned by Thomas More Square Partnership, a joint venture between AXA and GIC.

Axa originally paid £41.5m for the scheme from Swedish construction company Skanska, and then brought in GIC as a stakeholder in 2001 for £85m.