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Royal & Sun Alliance, advised by GVA Grimley, has secured the final letting at Dolphin House, its 4,031 sq m (43,375 sq ft) office building on Windmill Road, Sunbury-on-Thames. Wind energy company NEG-Micon has taken the 640 sq m (6,890 sq ft) third floor for use as its new headquarters. It has signed a new ten-year lease with a break clause after five years, at a rent of £190 per sq m (£17.70 per sq ft). Chesterton represented NEG-Micon.

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Plans for the BDP designed Marks & Spencer development at Fenchurch Street in the City of London have received detailed planning permission. In a new venture for M&S, the project will comprise both traditional retail and also speculative offices, resulting in a new building type for the City. Situated opposite Leadenhall Market, the building will comprise 8,000 sq m of retail on four floors including a food hall at lower ground.

The lettings at Dolphin House are a useful indication of the rental growth witnessed along the M3 corridor. We have seen a steady increase in rents since our first deals were tied up at £150 per sq m (£14 per sq ft) last summer and an overall uplift of over 25%. A major £24m regeneration scheme for Middleton town centre, Greater Manchester has been announced today.

Above this will be 9,000 sq m of speculative office space, on five floors. Detailed studies were carried out to define the height and massing in relation to the varied urban setting, both wide scale business streets and a small scale conservation area. It would be a mark of ‘joined up’ Government if the need for such projects was more successfully tied up with the Children’s Fund and the substantial funding that exists through that route.

The £74m, high quality, contemporary scheme is due to be completed in 2001. BDP’s London office is commissioned as architect; Ove Arup & Partners is structural engineer; Oscar Faber is mechanical & electrical engineer and Bruce Shaw Partnership is quantity surveyor. Jon Crossfield and Chris Staveley are joining Jones Lang Wootton’s European Business Team from DTZ Debenham Thorpe.