Google looks set to build a huge, fancy, new HQ in King’s Cross

Tech giant Google has gone back to old plans to build a new HQ in King’s Cross.
 
The project was postponed in 2013 in favour of a bigger development, but Google now appears to have reverted to its original plans as it announced it was inviting building companies to compete for the contract.
 
It wants to start building the new offices by the end of next year. It already has some offices in the area, including in swish Pancras Square.
 
The new site will reportedly be almost one million square feet and located just next to King’s Cross station.
 
As well as Pancras Square, Google has offices across the city including on Buckingham Palace Road in Victoria.

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