Welcome to Great Portland Estates PLC’s dedicated consultation website on the proposed redevelopment of 4 – 26 St Thomas Street, known as New City Court.

A planning application has now been submitted to Southwark Council. Here you can still learn more about the proposals, background to the scheme, and get in contact with the project team should you have any queries.

We are looking to provide an office-led mixed-use development including a new entrance to London Bridge Underground Station, new public realm and walkways, a new public rooftop terrace, as well as new restaurants, café, and retail opportunities.

For more details on the proposals, please visit our Virtual Exhibition tab.


Due to government advice regarding COVID-19, we will be initially hosting our consultation online, by post, and through video-conference sessions.

We know that not everybody has access to the internet, so all consultation materials will be made available in hard copy for those that would prefer.

If you, or anyone you know, would like support accessing our communications or require translation, then please get in touch via the details in the Contact Us page, and we would be happy to help.

In February, we distributed a flyer to over 1,700 local addresses advertising the consultation and the ability to request physical copies of the exhibition material.

Project Team

Great Portland Estates has a 100% London focused portfolio that includes purpose built new developments, carefully refurbished spaces, and historic buildings for commercial, residential, and retail use.

In order to create space for London to thrive, we have a responsibility to ensure we have a long-lasting positive impact on the communities in which we work. We consider our communities to be London as a whole, the boroughs in which we work and the streets in which our buildings are located. We also aim to create communities within our buildings, developing environments in which the occupiers and users of our buildings want to linger and socialise as well as work.


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