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Housing / New towns, Greater London

Developer to convert part of DfT HQ into flats

Looking for a central London apartment, with spacious rooms, pleasant neighbours and perhaps a touch of transport history too?

If so, this could be just the thing for you: part of the DfT’s Great Minster House headquarters in Westminster is to be converted into flats.

A DfT spokesman told LTT that the reorganisation of the Department instigated in 2010 had seen the HQ headcount drop by about 440 full-time equivalent staff, or just over 20%. The Department therefore has much more office...

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