Google plans to build a new London Headquarters to host over 7,000 Employees

Google plans to build a new London Headquarters to host over 7,000 Employees

Google plans to build a new London Headquarters to host over 7,000 Employees

 
Google has officially filed for planning permission for their new London Headquarters, which will be placed in the area of Camden which is located beside King’s Cross station. This new building will host over 7,000 Google employees and will be 11 storey’s high with a tiered building structure, which will be topped off with a “Google Gardens” park area.  
 
This building will be built with materials that sourced using Google’s “healthy materials” initiative, which aims to minimise the environmental impact of the building. The building will have a College Campus-style design which will be in huge contrast to the “pitched tent” design of Google’s Campus in Mountain View California. 
If/when Google build this structure, staff will be moved from existing Google office in in Pancras Square, Covent Garden and Victoria and relocating them into this single centralised structure. This will make this office the first fully owned Google office outside of the US. 

  

Google plans to build a new London Headquarters to host over 7,000 Employees  

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