Legal & General Capital partners with Goldacre for U.K. center deal
Legal & General Capital has invested in The Kao Data Campus, a state-of-the-art £230 million ($297 million) data center development servicing the London to Cambridge corridor.
Kao was named in honor of Nobel Prize winning physicist Sir Charles Kao, who pioneered the use of fiber optics at the site of Kao’s first data campus development.
“With a focus on creating thriving cities, Legal & General looks to make investments that are focused on creating sustainable communities with good employment opportunities, high-quality and varied housing in a digitally-connected and clean environment,” said Kerrigan Procter, CEO of Legal & General Capital. “We believe that data centers are an integral part of a city’s digital transformation, enabling connections to a broader digital infrastructure and offering synergies across our wider Future Cities investment strategy. Following the Bruntwood SciTech partnership in 2018, the largest investment made in science