Financial Conduct Authority secures Olympic Park offices

Posted on by Rob Powell

THE FCA is to move its headquarters to new offices at the Olympic Park in East London.

The financial regulator will leave its current base in Canary Wharf to move in to 430,000 sq ft of offices in The International Quarter (TIQ), Stratford.

Reports say that the move won’t take place until 2018 when the current lease in the North Colonnade at Canary Wharf comes to an end. The FCA is a successor body to the old FSA and employs almost 3,000 staff.

The International Quarter, Stratford City, is a new 22-acre, £1.3billion project from Lend Lease and LCR which will be home to 4 million sq ft of flexible commercial office space.

The commercial district is part of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, large swathes of which will become open to the public as of April 5th.

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