Articles - Aon signs heads of terms on new London headquarters


 Aon confirms it has selected The Leadenhall Building as its future London headquarters.  Aon recently completed its search for a new London headquarters signing heads of terms with British Land and Oxford Properties on the iconic Leadenhall Building in the City of London.  Formal contracts are expected to be completed in the coming months.

 The Leadenhall Building will stand 224 metres tall and will be situated opposite Lloyd’s of London on Leadenhall Street EC2. The building, dubbed the Cheese Grater due to its unique design, is due for completion in mid 2014.  Aon will occupy the lower ten floors, which will be known as The Aon Centre, from early 2015.

 Robert Brown, CEO Aon Limited said, “We are delighted to have chosen The Leadenhall Building as our new London headquarters.  The Aon Centre at The Leadenhall Building is an impressive location and the offices will reflect our position as the leading global professional services firm focused on risk and human capital management.  Such a significant investment confirms Aon Corp’s commitment to the UK, and indeed London, as a strategically important and integral part of Aon’s future.  We look forward to working with British Land and Oxford Properties.”
  
 
  

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