Lloyds Bank’s former landmark Bristol office building acquired

Lloyds Banking Group’s former landmark Bristol office has been acquired, with plans for a £40m refurbishment of the Grade II-listed building into a modern workspace.
London-based real estate firm Longstock Capital and investment firm Mactaggart Family and Partners have bought Canons House for an undisclosed sum.
The deal comes after Lloyds announced plans to sell off its asset by the city’s harbourside in late 2021. The bank, which had owned the building for more than 30 years, relocated thousands of staff it had employed there to its nearby ‘Harbourside’ office, which overlooks the floating harbour.
It was understood Canons House had been underutilised for a number of years, and the move was made after a review of Lloyds’ property portfolio.
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