About Northern & Shell
Northern & Shell was founded in 1974 as the publisher of the music magazine International Musician and Recording World. The Northern & Shell group experienced four decades of expansion from the mid 1970s, during which time it became a significant force in British and worldwide media, with a major UK television broadcaster and a portfolio of newspapers and magazines.
Northern & Shell launched OK! magazine in 1993 and acquired Express Newspapers in November 2000, Channel 5 in July 2010 and The Health Lottery in February 2011.
Following the sale of Channel 5 in September 2014 to global broadcaster Viacom, and the sale of its print & publishing businesses, including its national newspapers titles - Daily Express, Sunday Express, Daily Star, Daily Star Sunday, celebrity magazines - OK!, new! and Star, and its 50% interest in the Irish Daily Star to Trinity Mirror plc (since renamed Reach plc) in February 2018, the Group’s principal interests are now property development, The Health Lottery and start-up ventures.
Northern & Shell Building - 10 Lower Thames Street
A landmark office building with an iconic blue glazed elevation on the north side of the River Thames. The property is located on the south side of Lower Thames Street and benefits from excellent communications. It is a short walk from Monument, Bank, Fenchurch Street and London Bridge underground and mainline stations, providing access to Northern, Jubilee, Waterloo & City, Central, Circle and District lines, as well as mainline rail services
- Ground floor café amenity
- Panoramic river views
- Air conditioning
- Fully accessible raised floors
- 24 hour security and manned reception
- Bicycle racks and shower facilities