How to contact us

For specific enquiries on 44 Lincoln's Inn Fields/The Marshall Building please email: 

Estates reception:  020 7955 6477

Use Service request forms to report a facilities or maintenance issue.

Emergency contact

Helpdesk: 020 7831 8713 or  ext 2444

Security: ext 2000

The Marshall Building in the News

In 2014 LSE purchased 44 Lincoln's Inn Fields, previously home to Cancer Research UK. 

News of the purchase and subsequent RIBA design competition can be seen below:


View from John Watkins Plaza 62x86

Building, 22 June 2017

Five chase £140m LSE contract (pdf) 

View from LIF adjacent to NAB 62x86

Westminster City Council resolves to grant Planning Permission for major new LSE building

Architect's Journal, 14 June 2017 (pdf)

Building, 14 June 2017 (pdf)

BD, 15 June 2017 (pdf)


Architect's Journal, 27 January 2017

Grafton to curate 2018 Venice Biennale (pdf)


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Building Magazine, 2 December 2016

Peru College wins first International RIBA prize (pdf)

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Architects Journal - Review of 2016, 15 December 2016 

Grafton wins LSE jackpot (pdf)

Sectional Perspective - After

Building Magazine, 9 September 2016

Architects vie for Design of the Year award (pdf)

Team E Image

The Times, 29 April 2016

Universities borrow £3bn for new boom (pdf)


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Architects Journal, 21 April 2016

Grafton Architects wins contest for £100m LSE job

44 Lincoln's Inn Fields

Architects Journal, 10 March 2016

Competitions insider (pdf)


Building, 2 March 2016

LSE unveils rival designs for £100m building (pdf)


Architects Journal, 20 November 2015

Three women-led firms make shortlist for £100m LSE campus job (pdf)



Big names shortlisted in £100m LSE contest, 19 November 2015

Arch Daily (pdf)

AJ News (pdf)

BD Online (pdf)

Futuristic Architecture (pdf)

Newsflow 24 (pdf)


AJ News, 24 September 2015

LSE launches new competition for £100m building (pdf)