International firm HFW is to move to new offices in London next year that it says are in the ‘most sustainable tall office tower’ in the capital.

The firm is taking three floors of a 51-storey tower on Bishopsgate which include a private roof terrace offering views across the City of London.

The building, which is due to be completed later this year, is designed to be low-carbon in operation and will feature the highest solar panels in London.

HFW’s managing partner Jeremy Shebson said: ‘We truly believe this will be transformational for HFW in London, giving us modern, agile and progressive space that allows us to adapt to the changing needs of our people and our clients. This includes giving us room to continue to grow in London, which is very much the plan.

‘Sustainability is always a key factor whenever we’re looking at new offices around the world, so we’re pleased to have found a building that aligns with our commitments as a responsible business, with impressively low carbon emissions as well as outstanding facilities for active travel and wellbeing.

‘This is a new home we are creating together. We are engaging with our people throughout the process on everything from layout and design to the choice of furniture, materials and colours, so this will be a space that really embodies the firm, our people and our shared approach.’

The firm is the latest to announce new premises in London, with Allen & Overy, Linklaters and Hogan Lovells all planning to relocate within the capital in the next few years.