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Rare Romano-British sculpture unveiled at Museum of London Archaeology

Archaeologists were in a high state of excitement over the find, an extremely rare example of Romano-British classical art. Made of Cotswold limestone and dating from the late 1st or 2nd century AD, the sculpture was found six weeks ago, encased in mud at the bottom of a ditch beside a Roman road near Aldgate station in the City of London.

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Spitalfields hotel acquisition

Endurance Land are pleased to confirm the acquisition of 86 Brick Lane in the heart of the vibrant Spitalfields area in close proximity to Liverpool Street and the City.

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24 Minories – Construction begins

Following the receipt of consent for 291 bedroom hotel, Endurance Land and their partners Scottish Widows, have now entered the construction phase of this exciting, new hotel development.

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Endurance Land takes on Chancery Lane

Endurance Land has been appointed by Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) as the Strategic Development Partner at Halsbury House, located on Chancery Lane. The prominent property is situated in the heart of mid town and is directly next door to the current Derwent London scheme at 40 Chancery Lane.

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Disposal of 115 SBR

Endurance Land are pleased to announce the sale of 115 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 to Henderson Global Investors.

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Endurance consent for Minories hotel

A new 258 room hotel scheme has been approved for the City’s eastern fringe, promising the novelty of both a green wall and roof, and exterior cladding in kitchen worktop material Corian.

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Farringdon on track

Traditionally, Farringdon was regarded as a fringe London market, off the radar for many institutions. But as the capital’s infrastructure network is revamped, developers are taking note. The area looks set to be a major beneficiary of London’s transformed transport network, being the point at which the London Underground, the £16bn Crossrail system and the upgraded Thameslink overland rail network will meet.

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Property Week: City fringe is alive and Clerkenwell

The area on way to achieving rental highs of 2007. Clerkenwell reached a rental zenith four years ago when DSA Engineering paid £45/sq ft for 3,500 sq ft at 77-79 Farringdon Road. It seemed that the area had come of age.

Funds and property companies bought from private owners, but then rents started to slide back to the mid-£30s/sq ft when the downturn began. It is time to test the traditional Clerkenwell market again. Earlier this week, LaSalle Investment Management achieved practical completion on 2 Pear Tree Court, a refurbished warehouse just off Farringdon Road, north of Clerkenwell Road.

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