Case Study 31.01.17
Redeveloped hotel, office and car park in Waterloo
The client had taken control of the 60,000 sq ft property during the financial crisis. Unfortunately it had been occupied by squatters and was being used for illegal and violent activity. We were initially briefed to take back control of the building, prevent future break-ins, clear waste and detritus, and pacify angry neighbours. We continued to protect the property after it was sold, as it evolved into a redevelopment, construction site and ultimately, a hotel.
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