10 Trinity Square
10 Trinity Square, originally designed as the headquarters of the Port of London Authority by renowned architect Sir Edwin Cooper in 1922, has received planning consent from the City of London Corporation to be developed into a luxury hotel. The original central rotunda space is to be restored, which will provide an opportunity to reconnect the courtyard space to the greater public realm, including the surrounding Trinity Gardens and Seething Lane Garden. The enhanced Seething Lane Garden will become an important, safe and secure amenity for everyone to enjoy, and the introduction of the hotel will contribute round-the-clock life to the gardens and wider public realm.


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