The Gilbert

Property details



Year Built



1930: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott 2021: Stiff + Trevillion

The Gilbert & One Lackington have been developed as extensive shared work and social spaces, which celebrate the eccentricities of the original buildings. Although focused on the working lifestyles of the present day, the building has a story to tell. Designed as a private members club by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1930, he also designed national landmarks the Tate Modern, Battersea Power Station and the iconic red telephone box. The Gilbert & One Lackington occupy a prominent position on Finsbury Square and are close to both Moorgate and Liverpool Street Stations, both of which benefit from the delivery of the Elizabeth line. A major refurbishment of the property was completed in 2021.

Lobby with reception and people talking
room with two ladies sitting on blue chairs
white room with black pillars
outdoor space with lady on a bench
outdoor space with plants and benches
outdoor space with people sitting at tables near and archway


National rail and Elizabeth line access from Moorgate

Further 3 undergrounds within a 4 minute walk

Six terraces and one courtyard


90% of the original structure was retained in the refurbishment

M&E plant

BCO compliant specification

Net Zero Carbon in Construction

Ratings and Certifications

BREEAM Very Good rated

BREEAM Very Good rated

ActiveScore Platinum certified

ActiveScore Platinum certified

The Location

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39-45 Finsbury Square
London EC2A 1PQ
United Kingdom

Additional Resources

The Gilbert Brochure

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Contact Us


Rex Conyers-Silverthorn
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