Lloyd's Register of Shipping comprises four linked buildings. The first is formed by the 'original' buildings, some seven storeys high, dating from the late 19th and early 20th centuries and includes some listed interiors. Next to this are three new blocks. The first two sit in the former churchyard of St. Catherine Coleman, and are 11 and 14 storeys high respectively. They are tapered in plan and linked with atria to each other and the earlier structures. Cores at either end provide vertical circulation and support spaces. The fourth block (seven storeys high) sits in a gap in Fenchurch Place and completes the street scene. The structures are concrete with curtain walling cladding. The building is highly transparent but has very 'green' credentials. Because it sits within a private court, the building is difficult to see. Limited access from Fenchurch Place and St Catherine's Row is available at different levels.