Angel Trains

Location

123 Victoria Street,
London, SW1

Background

Angel Trains was created in 1994, and in 2008 was acquired by a consortium of investors. The consortium has invested £3.5 billion in new rolling stock and refurbishment programmes and is the second largest investor in the industry, after Network Rail.

The Project

Angel Trains took a lease on 16,000 sq ft of space at 123 Victoria Street, negotiated by Ralph Pearson of Cluttons. The design of the news space has created a new spacious & modern environment with excellent views over the thriving Victoria landscape.

The reception opens up with connections to the meeting suites and hospitality area. The reception features an American black walnut curved paneled wall with pigeon holes displaying models of the train carriages built by Angel Trains.

The reception facilitates the numerous meeting rooms, training rooms & boardroom; all connected with an electronic booking system and serviced by an audio-visual communications system.

Staff facilities are catered for by various tea points and a staff room with café style seating, soft sofa area with TV & photo wall mural.

The working environment is mostly open plan, with anamorphic 120 degree style desks, storewall, floor filing and meeting booths to allow casual and formal communications.