Google’s new Office in London, 3000 jobs at King’s Cross

Google’s new Office in London, 3000 jobs at King’s Cross :- London: On Tuesday, the tech giant – Google confirmed that it will expand its vast campus in central London. As per the sources that it is expected to bring 3,000 jobs for the people of UK capital.

Yesterday, Google announced that new office of the company is under development behind the King’s Cross Train Station, London and it would add a new office building to a complex. The tech giant – Google further added that the new office would be its first wholly owned and designed building outside the US.


According to the sources that an estimated 3,000 jobs will be created by the move of the tech giant – Google.

On Tuesday, CEO of Google Sundar Pichai said that computer science has a great future with the educational institutions, talent, and passion for innovation we see all around us. We are committed to the UK and excited to continue our investment in our new King’s Cross campus.

The new building will lie alongside the railway station. It is currently used by King’s Cross theatre for shows including In The Heights, the David Bowie musical Lazarus, and The Railway Children.

The 10-storey landscraper will be as long as the Shard is tall and have a floor space of 650,000 sq ft (60,400 sq meters). Google will continue to occupy its current building, a 380,000 sq ft office at nearby 6 Pancras Square which has room for 2,500 employees.