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Aldermanbury Square was first ‘set out’ in 1962 as part of a post –war scheme to create green spaces within the city. This ‘traffic island’ arrangement was later reconfigured in 2006 by Eric Parry Architects when the area became totally pedestrianised, now offering a peaceful haven secreted from the hustle and bustle of the city.

This seven-story, 67,000 sq ft office building is situated on the edge of the Square, close to the Guildhall and St. Paul's.


Commissioned by developers and built during the late 1980s, the building stood empty until 1990 when it became occupied by Standard Chartered Bank.

Recent renovations have seen the redesign of fenestration and dormers and extensive reconfiguration of the internal space; the key for such alterations is to maximize the rent potential for any commercial property.

Shadbolt has supplied bespoke American Black Walnut WC cubicle panels and doors, as well as FD30 and FD60 rated paint finish glazed internal doorsets.