LOCATION The origins of the name Holloway are disputed

Some believe it comes from Hollow Way due to a depression in the road, some that it comes from Hallow meaning honour as holy because of Holloway Road’s significance as a pilgrimage route. However, today it is a vibrant part of the London Borough of Islington.

Local amenities are in close proximity with numerous shops and restaurants on Holloway Road, as well as the Arsenal Football Club stadium which is under a mile away. London Metropolitan University has a number of it’s main buildings either on Holloway Road or in close proximity, including the Daniel Libeskind designed Graduate Centre.

Caledonian Road tube station

Caledonian park

Emirates Stadium

THE OPPORTUNITY
Holloway Prison represents an exceptional freehold development opportunity and one of the largest to be available in London AT around 10.11 acres (4.09 h.a)

The property is offered with full vacant possession. Following consultation with the London Borough of Islington and the Greater London Authority, it is anticipated that the site will provide an opportunity to deliver a significant residential led development in this thriving part of north London.

Proceeds from the sale of the site will contribute to the MoJ’s prison reform programme, which is intended to provide significant investment in modern, purpose-built prison facilities. Set to be the largest investment in prison facilities since the Victorian era, the intention is for the new facilities to successfully contribute to the rehabilitation of prisoners.

The scale of the property offers interested parties the possibility to create a truly outstanding addition to the London landscape.

CGI of indicative residential scheme

TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk
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THE HISTORY Locally known as “Camden Castle”, Holloway Prison was opened in 1852, as a mixed gender facility, but evolved in 1903 to HOUSE female only PRISONERs as a result of increasing demand from the closure of Newgate Prison

Some notorious and high profile prisoners were imprisoned for years at Holloway, including suffragettes such as Emily Davison and Christabel Pankhurst for fighting for women’s rights.

The prison influenced surrounding buildings throughout the growth associated with 19th century industrialisation and by the late 1800s the site was surrounded by new buildings – mainly consisting of housing. However, developments in psychology within the 1960s resulted in the complete redevelopment of the prison between 1971 to 1985, removing the imposing structure and replacing it with a development designed to move away from the Victorian justice system and mimic a type of model village to encourage pro social behaviour. Holloway became the largest female prison in Western Europe.

Holloway Prison c. 1896 Source: Wikipedia

Offers are sought for the freehold interest, subject to contract. The Ministry of Justice is not under any obligation to accept the highest or any offer.

PROPERTY INFORMATION Technical Due Diligence Subject to obtaining a password from GVA for access to the secure dataroom, the following detailed information is available: Tenure Method of Sale The property is registered with the Land Registry under the Title number NGL804775. The property is being marketed for sale BY WAY OF an open informal tender process.

A Title report can be found within the technical due diligence section of the website, however in summary:

  • The Title is held freehold by the Secretary of State for Justice;
  • The class of Title is absolute; and
  • The property is subject to 3 separate leases over a small section of the site to the London Electricity Board, which are within the Act.

The freehold interest of the neighbouring Bakersfield Estate is also held by the Secretary of State for Justice, subject to a lease of 999 years over the majority of the property.

  • Arboricultural Survey
  • Asbestos Register Review
  • Drainage Assessment
  • Ecology Report
  • Feasibility study by CJCT Architects
  • Geoenvironmental Phase I Report
  • Historic Environment Assessment Report
  • Preliminary Rights to Light Report
  • Thames Lee Tunnel Technical Note
  • Title Information
  • Topographical Survey
  • Transport and Highways Assessment
  • Utilities Information

 

CONNECTIVITY The Prison site is accessed from Parkhurst Road, only 0.5 miles from Caledonian Road and 0.7 miles from Holloway Road London Underground stations.

Both offer Piccadilly line services to London King’s Cross in around only 3 minutes and Bank in the City of London in only 16 minutes.

DESCRIPTION The closure of Holloway Prison was announced in November 2015, with the prison being completely vacated by September 2016.

The property consists of a number of former prison block buildings together with ancillary uses, including a swimming pool and chapel, built around small areas of open space interspersed with some mature trees, together surrounded by a significant prison wall. The only exception to this being the former visitors centre that sits fronting onto Parkhurst Road to the southern boundary. The site contains no buildings of historical interest.

The site is inclined towards Holloway Road from south west to north east and is predominantly surrounded on three sides by residential property. There are extensive and panoramic views across London from the upper floors of some of the existing buildings. The Ministry of Justice also hold the freehold interest to the neighbouring Bakersfield Estate, which is let on a 999 year lease over the majority of the property.

Former prison block

Courtyard area

Former prison block

View facing north

CGI of indicative residential scheme

DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The London Borough of Islington has prepared and published a draft Supplementary Planning Document for the property, which was released as a draft for consultation in August 2017, with the process now inviting representations.

The draft SPD promotes a residential led development. While the property is not listed, there are no buildings of historic interest, nor is it located in a conservation area, it is opposite the Hillmarton Conservation Area and parts of the site are located within Local View 4 (LV4): View from Archway Road to St Paul’s Cathedral. It is also within close approximately to the Nags Head ‘major Town Centre’, as defined in the London Plan.

The Ministry of Justice has commissioned some initial feasibility, site capacity and urban design work, undertaken by CJCT architects, with an initial illustration displayed on this page. With careful planning and considered design, the studies indicate that there is the potential to deliver a significant residential development of perhaps over 1,000 apartments on the site, allowing a true mix of tenures and styles to deliver some much needed housing to London.

VIEWINGS Viewings are by appointment only through GVA and will be offered within the following guidelines:
  • Viewings at the property will only be on set days and by appointment only;
  • Each party will be given a dedicated time slot to view the property, subject to availability on the particular day requested;
  • Please allow a minimum of 48 hours’ notice (weekdays only) for arranging an appointment;
  • Please note that all viewings are undertaken at the viewers ‘own risk’ and in the full knowledge of the previous occupation of the building. GVA or the MoJ will not accept any liability; and
  • Should you wish to arrange an appointment to view, please contact Ben Stephen, Isabelle Garner or James Warner – details on the right.
CONTACTS BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk

indicative boundary

THE OPPORTUNITY Holloway Prison represents an exceptional freehold development opportunity and one of the largest to be available in London AT around 10.11 acres (4.09 h.a)

TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk
LOCATION The origins of the name Holloway are disputed
CONNECTIVITY The Prison site is accessed from Parkhurst Road, only 0.5 miles from Caledonian Road and 0.7 miles from Holloway Road London Underground stations.
CLICK ON AN IMAGE TO ENLARGE GALLERY
DESCRIPTION The closure of Holloway Prison was announced in November 2015, with the prison being completely vacated by September 2016.
THE HISTORY Locally known as “Camden Castle”, Holloway Prison was opened in 1852, as a mixed gender facility, but evolved in 1903 to HOUSE female only PRISONERs as a result of increasing demand from the closure of Newgate Prison
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The London Borough of Islington has prepared and published a draft Supplementary Planning Document for the property, which was released as a draft for consultation in August 2017, with the process now inviting representations.
PROPERTY INFORMATION Technical Due Diligence Subject to obtaining a password from GVA for access to the secure dataroom, the following detailed information is available: Tenure Method of Sale The property is registered with the Land Registry under the Title number NGL804775. The property is being marketed for sale BY WAY OF an open informal tender process.
VIEWINGS Viewings are by appointment only through GVA and will be offered within the following guidelines:
CONTACTS BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk
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THE OPPORTUNITY
Holloway Prison represents an exceptional freehold development opportunity and one of the largest to be available in London AT around 10.11 acres (4.09 h.a)
LOCATION The origins of the name Holloway are disputed
CONNECTIVITY The Prison site is accessed from Parkhurst Road, only 0.5 miles from Caledonian Road and 0.7 miles from Holloway Road London Underground stations.
CLICK ON AN IMAGE TO ENLARGE GALLERY
DESCRIPTION The closure of Holloway Prison was announced in November 2015, with the prison being completely vacated by September 2016.
THE HISTORY Locally known as “Camden Castle”, Holloway Prison was opened in 1852, as a mixed gender facility, but evolved in 1903 to HOUSE female only PRISONERs as a result of increasing demand from the closure of Newgate Prison
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The London Borough of Islington has prepared and published a draft Supplementary Planning Document for the property, which was released as a draft for consultation in August 2017, with the process now inviting representations.
PROPERTY INFORMATION Technical Due Diligence Subject to obtaining a password from GVA for access to the secure dataroom, the following detailed information is available: Tenure Method of Sale The property is registered with the Land Registry under the Title number NGL804775. The property is being marketed for sale BY WAY OF an open informal tender process.
VIEWINGS Viewings are by appointment only through GVA and will be offered within the following guidelines:
CONTACTS BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk
THE OPPORTUNITY
Holloway Prison represents an exceptional freehold development opportunity and one of the largest to be available in London AT around 10.11 acres (4.09 h.a)
LOCATION The origins of the name Holloway are disputed
CONNECTIVITY The Prison site is accessed from Parkhurst Road, only 0.5 miles from Caledonian Road and 0.7 miles from Holloway Road London Underground stations.
CLICK ON AN IMAGE TO ENLARGE GALLERY
DESCRIPTION The closure of Holloway Prison was announced in November 2015, with the prison being completely vacated by September 2016.
THE HISTORY Locally known as “Camden Castle”, Holloway Prison was opened in 1852, as a mixed gender facility, but evolved in 1903 to HOUSE female only PRISONERs as a result of increasing demand from the closure of Newgate Prison
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The London Borough of Islington has prepared and published a draft Supplementary Planning Document for the property, which was released as a draft for consultation in August 2017, with the process now inviting representations.
PROPERTY INFORMATION Technical Due Diligence Subject to obtaining a password from GVA for access to the secure dataroom, the following detailed information is available: Tenure Method of Sale The property is registered with the Land Registry under the Title number NGL804775. The property is being marketed for sale BY WAY OF an open informal tender process.
VIEWINGS Viewings are by appointment only through GVA and will be offered within the following guidelines:
CONTACTS BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk
THE OPPORTUNITY Holloway Prison represents an exceptional freehold development opportunity and one of the largest to be available in London AT around 10.11 acres (4.09 h.a)
LOCATION
The origins of the name Holloway are disputed
CONNECTIVITY The Prison site is accessed from Parkhurst Road, only 0.5 miles from Caledonian Road and 0.7 miles from Holloway Road London Underground stations.
GALLERY CLICK ON AN IMAGE TO ENLARGE
DESCRIPTION The closure of Holloway Prison was announced in November 2015, with the prison being completely vacated by September 2016.
THE HISTORY Locally known as “Camden Castle”, Holloway Prison was opened in 1852, as a mixed gender facility, but evolved in 1903 to HOUSE female only PRISONERs as a result of increasing demand from the closure of Newgate Prison
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The London Borough of Islington has prepared and published a draft Supplementary Planning Document for the property, which was released as a draft for consultation in August 2017, with the process now inviting representations.
PROPERTY INFORMATION
Tenure The property is registered with the Land Registry under the Title number NGL804775. Method of Sale The property is being marketed for sale BY WAY OF an open informal tender process.
Technical Due Diligence Subject to obtaining a password from GVA for access to the secure dataroom, the following detailed information is available:
VIEWINGS Viewings are by appointment only through GVA and will be offered within the following guidelines:
CONTACTS BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk
THE OPPORTUNITY Holloway Prison represents an exceptional freehold development opportunity and one of the largest to be available in London AT around 10.11 acres (4.09 h.a)
LOCATION The origins of the name Holloway are disputed
CONNECTIVITY The Prison site is accessed from Parkhurst Road, only 0.5 miles from Caledonian Road and 0.7 miles from Holloway Road London Underground stations.
GALLERY CLICK ON AN IMAGE TO ENLARGE
DESCRIPTION The closure of Holloway Prison was announced in November 2015, with the prison being completely vacated by September 2016.
THE HISTORY Locally known as “Camden Castle”, Holloway Prison was opened in 1852, as a mixed gender facility, but evolved in 1903 to HOUSE female only PRISONERs as a result of increasing demand from the closure of Newgate Prison
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The London Borough of Islington has prepared and published a draft Supplementary Planning Document for the property, which was released as a draft for consultation in August 2017, with the process now inviting representations.
PROPERTY INFORMATION Tenure The property is registered with the Land Registry under the Title number NGL804775. Method of Sale The property is being marketed for sale BY WAY OF an open informal tender process. Technical Due Diligence Subject to obtaining a password from GVA for access to the secure dataroom, the following detailed information is available:
VIEWINGS Viewings are by appointment only through GVA and will be offered within the following guidelines:
CONTACTS BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk
THE OPPORTUNITY Holloway Prison represents an exceptional freehold development opportunity and one of the largest to be available in London AT around 10.11 acres (4.09 h.a)
LOCATION The origins of the name Holloway are disputed
CONNECTIVITY The Prison site is accessed from Parkhurst Road, only 0.5 miles from Caledonian Road and 0.7 miles from Holloway Road London Underground stations.
GALLERY CLICK ON AN IMAGE TO ENLARGE
DESCRIPTION The closure of Holloway Prison was announced in November 2015, with the prison being completely vacated by September 2016.
THE HISTORY Locally known as “Camden Castle”, Holloway Prison was opened in 1852, as a mixed gender facility, but evolved in 1903 to HOUSE female only PRISONERs as a result of increasing demand from the closure of Newgate Prison
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The London Borough of Islington has prepared and published a draft Supplementary Planning Document for the property, which was released as a draft for consultation in August 2017, with the process now inviting representations.
PROPERTY INFORMATION Tenure The property is registered with the Land Registry under the Title number NGL804775. Method of Sale The property is being marketed for sale BY WAY OF an open informal tender process. Technical Due Diligence Subject to obtaining a password from GVA for access to the secure dataroom, the following detailed information is available:
VIEWINGS Viewings are by appointment only through GVA and will be offered within the following guidelines:
CONTACTS BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk
THE OPPORTUNITY Holloway Prison represents an exceptional freehold development opportunity and one of the largest to be available in London AT around 10.11 acres (4.09 h.a)
LOCATION The origins of the name Holloway are disputed
CONNECTIVITY The Prison site is accessed from Parkhurst Road, only 0.5 miles from Caledonian Road and 0.7 miles from Holloway Road London Underground stations.
GALLERY CLICK ON AN IMAGE TO ENLARGE
DESCRIPTION The closure of Holloway Prison was announced in November 2015, with the prison being completely vacated by September 2016.
THE HISTORY Locally known as “Camden Castle”, Holloway Prison was opened in 1852, as a mixed gender facility, but evolved in 1903 to HOUSE female only PRISONERs as a result of increasing demand from the closure of Newgate Prison
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The London Borough of Islington has prepared and published a draft Supplementary Planning Document for the property, which was released as a draft for consultation in August 2017, with the process now inviting representations.
PROPERTY INFORMATION Tenure The property is registered with the Land Registry under the Title number NGL804775. Method of Sale The property is being marketed for sale BY WAY OF an open informal tender process. Technical Due Diligence Subject to obtaining a password from GVA for access to the secure dataroom, the following detailed information is available:
VIEWINGS Viewings are by appointment only through GVA and will be offered within the following guidelines:
CONTACTS BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk
THE OPPORTUNITY Holloway Prison represents an exceptional freehold development opportunity and one of the largest to be available in London AT around 10.11 acres (4.09 h.a)
LOCATION The origins of the name Holloway are disputed
CONNECTIVITY The Prison site is accessed from Parkhurst Road, only 0.5 miles from Caledonian Road and 0.7 miles from Holloway Road London Underground stations.
GALLERY CLICK ON AN IMAGE TO ENLARGE
DESCRIPTION The closure of Holloway Prison was announced in November 2015, with the prison being completely vacated by September 2016.
THE HISTORY Locally known as “Camden Castle”, Holloway Prison was opened in 1852, as a mixed gender facility, but evolved in 1903 to HOUSE female only PRISONERs as a result of increasing demand from the closure of Newgate Prison
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The London Borough of Islington has prepared and published a draft Supplementary Planning Document for the property, which was released as a draft for consultation in August 2017, with the process now inviting representations.
PROPERTY INFORMATION Tenure The property is registered with the Land Registry under the Title number NGL804775. Method of Sale The property is being marketed for sale BY WAY OF an open informal tender process. Technical Due Diligence Subject to obtaining a password from GVA for access to the secure dataroom, the following detailed information is available:
VIEWINGS Viewings are by appointment only through GVA and will be offered within the following guidelines:
CONTACTS BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk
THE OPPORTUNITY Holloway Prison represents an exceptional freehold development opportunity and one of the largest to be available in London AT around 10.11 acres (4.09 h.a)
LOCATION The origins of the name Holloway are disputed
CONNECTIVITY The Prison site is accessed from Parkhurst Road, only 0.5 miles from Caledonian Road and 0.7 miles from Holloway Road London Underground stations.
GALLERY CLICK ON AN IMAGE TO ENLARGE
DESCRIPTION The closure of Holloway Prison was announced in November 2015, with the prison being completely vacated by September 2016.
THE HISTORY Locally known as “Camden Castle”, Holloway Prison was opened in 1852, as a mixed gender facility, but evolved in 1903 to HOUSE female only PRISONERs as a result of increasing demand from the closure of Newgate Prison
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The London Borough of Islington has prepared and published a draft Supplementary Planning Document for the property, which was released as a draft for consultation in August 2017, with the process now inviting representations.
PROPERTY INFORMATION Tenure The property is registered with the Land Registry under the Title number NGL804775. Method of Sale The property is being marketed for sale BY WAY OF an open informal tender process. Technical Due Diligence Subject to obtaining a password from GVA for access to the secure dataroom, the following detailed information is available:
VIEWINGS Viewings are by appointment only through GVA and will be offered within the following guidelines:
CONTACTS BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk
THE OPPORTUNITY Holloway Prison represents an exceptional freehold development opportunity and one of the largest to be available in London AT around 10.11 acres (4.09 h.a)
LOCATION The origins of the name Holloway are disputed
CONNECTIVITY The Prison site is accessed from Parkhurst Road, only 0.5 miles from Caledonian Road and 0.7 miles from Holloway Road London Underground stations.
GALLERY CLICK ON AN IMAGE TO ENLARGE
DESCRIPTION The closure of Holloway Prison was announced in November 2015, with the prison being completely vacated by September 2016.
THE HISTORY Locally known as “Camden Castle”, Holloway Prison was opened in 1852, as a mixed gender facility, but evolved in 1903 to HOUSE female only PRISONERs as a result of increasing demand from the closure of Newgate Prison
DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL The London Borough of Islington has prepared and published a draft Supplementary Planning Document for the property, which was released as a draft for consultation in August 2017, with the process now inviting representations.
PROPERTY INFORMATION Tenure The property is registered with the Land Registry under the Title number NGL804775. Method of Sale The property is being marketed for sale BY WAY OF an open informal tender process. Technical Due Diligence
Subject to obtaining a password from GVA for access to the secure dataroom, the following detailed information is available:
VIEWINGS Viewings are by appointment only through GVA and will be offered within the following guidelines:
CONTACTS BEN STEPHEN +44 (0)20 7911 2151 ben.stephen@gva.co.uk ISABELLE GARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2191 isabelle.garner@gva.co.uk JAMES WARNER +44 (0)20 7911 2466 james.warner@gva.co.uk BARNEY HILLSDON +44 (0)20 7911 2745 barney.hillsdon@gva.co.uk TOM MARSHALL +44 (0)20 7911 2336 tom.marshall@gva.co.uk