50 Queen Anne’s Gate

Location London, United Kingdom 
Services Building services engineering, BREEAM assessment, building automation, vertical transportation, IT and audio visual
Sector Workplace, Government 
Client Land Securities Development for the Ministry of Justice
Architect Aukett Fitzroy Robinson
Imagery © Alex Hill

Steve Cook

T +44 (0)20 7438 1600

50 Queen Anne’s Gate, now called 102 Petty France, was originally constructed in 1977. The building was refurbished to accommodate 2,400 staff.

The servicing to the office areas was achieved with a multi-services chilled beam system, which optimises the limited head heights throughout. A new raised access floor system with under-floor small power and Cat 6 data distribution was provided.

Other specialised systems include an electronic room booking and way-finding system, lift installation that utilises a destination selection control system for enhanced vertical traffic movement and a lighting control system with daylight interfaces. A BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating was achieved.

  • British Council for Offices Awards London & South East (2010), Best Refurbished/Recycled Workplace, winner