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Ballymore strikes Dutch embassy deal for London site

Sean Mulryan controlled development firm Ballymore has struck a deal with the Netherlands that will see that country’s embassy move into London’s Embassy Gardens development.

3rd April, 2013

Sean Mulryan controlled development firm Ballymore has struck a deal with the Netherlands that will see that country’s embassy move into London’s Embassy Gardens development.

Ballymore confirmed the sale of a 50,000 sq ft site to which the Dutch Embassy will move in 2017. The site is in Nine Elms on London’s South Bank. The new embassy will sit next to a new US Embassy, which is already under construction, Property...

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