Google to open tech start-up base in London

Google is to lease a seven-floor building to provide space for developers and startups near London’s ‘Silicon Roundabout'

28th September, 2011

Google is to lease a seven-floor building to provide space for developers and startups near London’s ‘Silicon Roundabout', boosting British Prime Minister David Cameron’s plans to create a global technology hub in the east of the city, according to a Bloomberg report.

Google will take on more than 25,000 square feet of office space near Old Street until at least 2022. The company will pay about £5 million over 10...

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