BAM starts office building construction at Brent Cross Town

BAM starts office building construction at Brent Cross Town

BAM has started building work on the first office development at Brent Cross Town in north London. 3 Copper Square is located at the 180-acre, £8 billion mixed-use park town development, which is targeting to be a net zero carbon town by 2030.

The building designed by Shedkm Architects will provide 239,000 sq ft of office space over 14 floors plus flexible retail space at ground level. It forms the cornerstone of a new business and innovation district that will extend to 3m sq ft and create workspace for up to 25,000 people – alongside the 6,700 new homes, student housing, homes for later living, a new high street, three schools and 50 acres of parks and playing fields.

Sheffield Hallam University is setting up its first university campus outside Yorkshire at Brent Cross Town and will be the anchor tenant. The University will occupy around 110,000 sq ft across the lower six floors of the building. Sheffield Hallam has award-winning teaching, learning and research capabilities alongside an outstanding student offer.

The University’s London campus will provide tailored support to help businesses innovate, with access to sector expertise from academics and highly skilled graduates. It will also act as a conduit to strengthen links between South Yorkshire and London, creating new opportunities. 3 Copper Square is scheduled to open in Q3 2026.

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