LEADENHALL STREET (/ˈlɛdənˌhɔːl/ ) is a road in London that is
about 0.3 miles (500 m) long and links Cornhill and
NOTABLE BUILDINGS AND COMPANIES
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The Leadenhall Press was established following a move of the publisher Field that site is now occupied by Lloyd\'s of London . Leadenhall Market is accessible via Whittington Avenue, a small side-road off Leadenhall Street.
The London Metal Exchange is located at No. 56, opposite the church of St. Katharine Cree , which dates from 1631 and was made a Grade I listed building in 1950.
Several major companies are headquartered on Leadenhall Street, including Xchanging , Ace European Group, Verdasys's EMEA, and Allianz Global Risks . Due to the proximity of Lloyd's, a number of other insurance firms and brokers also have offices on Leadenhall Street. The Leadenhall Building , located at No. 122 and opposite the Lloyd's building, is a 48-storey skyscraper, used as the venue for the BBC's The Apprentice interviews. A 38-storey skyscraper at 52-54 Lime Street has been approved for construction at the junction of Leadenhall Street and Lime Street. A new office development including a tower of 34 storeys has been proposed for 40 Leadenhall Street .
* London portal
* ^ "Henderson Global Investors launches plans for new office building at 40 Leadenhall Street". Henderson Global Investors. 17 September 2013. Retrieved 7 November 2013.
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