Reimagining an iconic city destination

One of London’s largest and most important redevelopment projects, One Waterloo is a vibrant reimagining of an iconic city destination. We’re breathing new life into the area and enhancing London’s skyline with a new business, social and cultural hub. At the same time, we’re transforming the public space and pedestrian experience around the site to help relieve pressure on Waterloo Station and create much better local connections to the South Bank and surrounding area.

Smart workspaces that cater for the future of work. Lush green areas that foster wellbeing, offering a variety of destinations to be enjoyed throughout the day, and a new pedestrianised retail street, all sustainably designed to transform the public realm.

The big picture

This project isn’t just about the 1.3 million square feet of office and retail space it’ll offer, or the 11,000 jobs it will create space for. It’s about creating a new, world-class multi-purpose destination. And one that gives back to the local area, creating a new experience for the public and the businesses that base themselves there.

One Waterloo stands out as London’s most progressive commercial district with an authentic community feel.

Neighbourhood Access to Waterloo’s streetscape, rich culture and vibrant lifestyle.

Nature and health – A relaxing and inspiring development that nurtures body and mind.

Sustainability – Supported by technologies and practices that protect the environment

Future workspace – Multi-purpose, tech-enabled workspaces that flex to help businesses thrive.

Experience A destination office space with a service-led experience to help people get the most out of their day.



  • A large multi-purpose scheme spanning office spaces, publicly accessible gardens, and a new retail destination benefiting the millions of people who use the station and its surrounding area.
  • Three acres of outdoor space, including a brand-new area with cascading terraces, an urban sky-farm, and a publicly accessible garden promenade with office entrances.
  • Three new, public areas populated with cafés, shops, restaurants, and greenery - Victory Arch Square, Waterloo Square, and The Curve.
  • Investment in public infrastructure to improve accessibility to Waterloo Station, including direct connections from One Waterloo to the London underground.
  • A package of improvements for the local landscape, including over £33 million of discounted workspace memberships for local entrepreneurs and start-ups, as well as a tailored employment and skills plan aligned with Lambeth Council


  • Expected gross leasable area
    1.3 million sq ft
  • Expected delivery
  • Concept architects
    Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM)


Elizabeth House
39 York Rd
London SE1 7NQ
United Kingdom


Interested in the project? Get in touch
Louise Ioannou
Leasing Manager
+44 (0)7887 840 899