Great Ropemaker Partnership

The development is owned by the Great Ropemaker Partnership, which is a 50:50 joint venture between Great Portland Estates plc and Ropemaker Properties Ltd (part of the BP Pension Fund).


Great Portland Estates plc

Great Portland Estates plc (“GPE”) is a UK REIT owning over £2.9 billion of commercial real estate whose investments are all located in central London.

GPE’s existing portfolio consists of 68 properties totalling 3.5 million sq ft. GPE is an active and innovative developer with a current pipeline comprising 23 projects with a total potential area of 2.2 million sq ft.



Allford Hall Monaghan Morris is a multi-award-winning architects practice with 20 years of specialist expertise in creating engaging, interactive and dynamic volumes of space with innovative and distinctive design.


Structural Engineer

Adams Kara Taylor

Building Services Engineer

Hilson Moran

Planning Consultant

Montagu Evans

Project Manager

Jackson Coles

Cost Consultant

Davis Langdon

Transport Planning Consultant


Environmental Consultant

Hilson Moran

Space Planning



Tim Plumbe
Direct Tel: +44 20 3296 2005
Mobile: +44 7768 146 280

James Campbell
Direct Tel: +44 20 3296 2074
Mobile: +44 7738 737 366

Craig Norton
Direct Tel: +44 20 3296 4620
Mobile: +44 7818 424 764

Tom Wildash
Direct Tel: +44 20 3296 4619
Mobile: +44 7825 454 808


David Perowne
Direct Tel: +44 (0)20 7182 3235
Mobile: +44 7739 814 720

Oliver Hawking
Direct Tel: +44 (0)20 7182 3207
Mobile: +44 7714 145 970

Richard Smart
Direct Tel: +44 (0)20 7182 2577
Mobile: +44 77956 076 942

Ben Deacon
Direct Tel: +44 (0)20 7420 3051
Mobile: +44 7814 520 203

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