Landmark Plc scoops top Industry Award for its 110 Bishopsgate Business Centre

Landmark Plc scoops top Industry Award for its 110 Bishopsgate Business Centre

Landmark Plc, London’s luxury serviced office provider, announces their momentous win at the 13th Annual BCA Awards.

Following a series of glowing client testimonials, the team at 110 Bishopsgate In the City of London were delighted to take the "Business Centre of the Year" title at the Annual BCA Awards on Friday 29th November, 2013.

110 Bishopsgate, a newly built skyscraper in the City of London developed by Gerald Ronson’s Heron International, opened in September 2011 after a multimillion pound fit-out and offers the finest office space in the UK, bringing luxury hotel style comfort to the office environment. The office space boasts a multi floor 'village' and triple height atrium with spectacular panoramic skyline views.

BCA Executive Director, Jennifer Brooke, says: “Landmark Plc is an exceptional operator and has developed an environment whereby excellence is standard. The company continues to go above and beyond, breaking new ground and forging an excellent reputation both for itself and for the flexible workspace industry as a whole.”

Richard Gill, Managing Director of Landmark Plc, says: “We are tremendously proud of this achievement – a true testament to the Landmark team work ethos. Our team constantly strives to deliver a five star service and go beyond the call of duty in an effort to ensure all Landmark clients are as well looked after as possible.”

Landmark has business centres in iconic City of London locations including 110 Bishopsgate, Old Broad Street, Lombard Street and Holland House, opposite the Gherkin Piazza as well as the West End on Dover Street in the heart of Mayfair.

The BCA Awards is the highlight of the industry calendar and an opportunity for delegates to celebrate their achievements over the past year and to reward team members for their hard work and commitment.

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