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Thomson Reuters seeks more office space in London's Docklands

Four years after Reuters moved to London's Docklands, Thomson Reuters is searching for more office space at Canary Wharf.

The company is consolidating from its City of London buildings occupied by the former Thomson group into space  closer to the 283,000 square feet building at 30 South Colonnade to which Reuters transferred in 2005 after selling its landmark headquarters at 85 Fleet Street.

The website Need Office Space said likely properties for the relocation include 5 Churchill Place, which was sold last week for £208 million, and 328,000 square feet at 30 North Colonnade.

The Thomson arm of the group occupies almost 200,000 square feet in the City, including 56,000 square feet at Aldgate House, 50,000 square feet at 1 Mark Square, 46,000 square feet at 71-80 Hatton Garden and 42,000 square feet at 58-64 City Road. ■

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