Nova Place and Nova East make up part of Land Securities’ wider masterplan for the Victoria Transport Interchange 2 (VTI2). Volterra outlined the economic benefits of the developments, which together are expected to support approximately 1,500 jobs in the wider community and provide over 40 residential units. The economic benefits were received positively by Westminster City Council, who granted planning permission to both developments at a planning committee meeting this week. Senior Consultant Lucy Dean says “This is an important development for Westminster, providing much needed office space in the borough. Sufficient office space is crucial for Westminster to maintain its strong economic growth in the future; this is important not just for Westminster’s economy but for the London and national economy too.” You can read the planning committee report here.