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The British Land Company PLC is a real estate company. The Company owns, manages, develops and finances a portfolio of commercial properties focused on retail locations around the United Kingdom and London offices. It creates and operates places for people to work, shop and live in. Its segments are Offices and residential, Retail and leisure, Canada Water and Other/unallocated. Its three principal sectors are Offices, Retail and Canada Water. Its portfolio of commercial property is focused on retail locations around the United Kingdom and London offices. Its Retail and Leisure portfolio is focused on regional and local multi-let assets. The Office sector includes residential and the Retail sector includes leisure. The Company's properties include Canada Water Masterplan; Broadgate, Regent's Place, Paddington Central, The Leadenhall Building, 100 Liverpool Street, Ealing Broadway, Broadgate-201 Bishopsgate and Broadgate-155 Bishopsgate, among others.

  • Revenue in GBP (TTM)904.00m
  • Net income in GBP-291.00m
  • Incorporated1959
  • Employees559.00
  • Location
    British Land Company PLCYork House, 45 Seymour StreetLONDON W1H 7LXUnited KingdomGBR
  • Phone+44 20 7486 4466
  • Fax+44 20 7935 5552
  • Websitehttps://www.britishland.com/
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