Jones Lang LaSalle has been dropped as an agent from the iconic More London development on the south bank of the Thames after seven years on the scheme
The global property services firm was instructed as the letting agent with Knight Frank, which remains instructed on the scheme.
In the last nine months, JLL and Knight Frank have let around 100,000 sq ft (9,290 sq m) to tenants including Research International, Montague Private Equity, Blue Rubicon, Affinity Sutton and HG Capital.
Neil Prime, head of office agency at JLL, said: ‘Whilst we are disappointed not to be working on More London in the future, we believe that it is a fantastic scheme and wish it future success.
'The development represents the successful regeneration of the south bank area and we are delighted to have been an integral part of its success.’