Planning consent granted for new London Google offices

Google is to get new offices in London following a decision by planning authorities to approve a blueprint by Mossessian Architects for the project.

The 11-storey office building in King’s Cross features a large roof terrace complete and is expected to be completed next year.

“We are very excited to be moving forward with a successful planning permission for S2, a Mossessian Architecture and Argent development building,” said Joe Borrett, Google’s director of real estate and construction in a statement.

“This achievement further cements Google’s expansion in King’s Cross and that Google sees King’s Cross as its future home for Google London.”

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