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Multiplex wins £73m Lincoln Square development

16 Jun 17 Lodha UK has contracted Multiplex to deliver its Lincoln Square apartment development in central London.

Lincoln Square
Lincoln Square

Multiplex won the £73m shell and core contract after a competitive tender process.

Multiplex has already started work on-site under a pre-construction services agreement. It is now completing the sub-structure of the building to deliver the basement levels, which will include residential amenities and a car parking level.

Lodha UK executive director Pranav Goel said: “Our decision to work with Multiplex on Lincoln Square reflects our commitment to deliver the highest levels of quality for our customers. Multiplex has one of the most enviable track records in delivering London’s finest residential projects in recent years, and we are excited about partnering with them to deliver this outstanding development.

Multiplex Construction Europe project director Graham Aubrey said: “Lodha UK’s development will be of the highest quality, providing a unique residential sanctuary in the very heart of London while also enhancing the environment of the city’s legal district.”

Since May 2016, 78 of the flats at Lincoln Square have been pre-sold for a total of £130m.

Lodha is India's biggest housing developer. Lincoln Square, between Holborn and Aldwych, is one of its’s first two residential developments in London. The other is at No1 Grosvenor Square, a £140m scheme in Mayfair, where Mace is overhauling the old Canadian High Commission.

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