Land Securities has submitted a planning application for a 426,000 sq ft development in London’s Victoria.

The property company has applied to redevelop the 1960’s Selborne House, home to the Department of Constitutional Affairs, into a new 11-storey mixed-use building.

Selborne House will include 408,505 sq ft of offices with 17,718 sq ft of shops fronting Victoria Street.

A separate planning application will be submitted in due course to provide extra residential space, a Westminster policy when dealing with planning applications for new commercial developments, in nearby Wellington House.

The development is at the corner of Victoria Street and Buckingham Palace Gate, midway between Victoria train station and Parliament Square.

The building is a part of Land Securities substantial holdings on Victoria Street, including the 450,000 sq ft Cardinal Place and City Hall, the home of Westminster City Council.

Last week Property Week revealed Land Securities had submitted a revised planning application for the 1.48m sq ft Victoria Transport Interchange at Victoria train station.