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Report - 240 Blackfriars Road, London - Sep 2013

Seffy

Bally up!
Regular User
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240 Blackfriars Road, London

Some brief info on the construction project, for those that like to see that sort of thing...

240 Blackfriars Road will be an architecturally-striking, 19-storey tower designed by award winning architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris. Developed by the Great Ropemaker Partnership, it will offer occupiers 11,000 sq ft modern office floors with fantastic river views provided by the floor-to-ceiling glazing. Media and publishing company UBM has taken a 105,000 sq ft pre-let to function as its UK headquarters when the building completes in 2014.
Climbed with Rasinwing, JasperB, Gabe, TheFamousThreeGoTo..., housecat, and
Voibmi.
Sorry to elliot5200 and sirjonnyp who, most likely thanks to bus times etc, didn't make it up with us, you were
missed!

This one was to be the second excursion of the night, and a great way to end it/see the start of sunrise over the city.

The way up was pretty straightforward, except for a massive breakdown of communication between the two parties, all part of the fun of course.

It seems since the last report, the radio had been removed, so no chance of chilling to Heart, or indeed a cup of tea as the milk had gone off. Typical.

Heads up to GAJ, who I believe provided some intel on stuffs.

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Peace.
 

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