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London Diamond Bourse Secures a Promising Future with a 10-Year Lease Renewal in Historic Hatton Garden

The London Diamond Bourse (LDB) proudly announces the successful renewal of its lease, solidifying its commitment to the historic Hatton Garden location for the next decade. This significant milestone not only ensures the stability and continuity of operations for its members but also aligns seamlessly with the organisation's future visions.

The Hatton Garden area, renowned for its rich history in the diamond trade, has been the heart of London's jewellery district for centuries, the LDB first began trading here in 1940. The decision to remain rooted in this iconic location reinforces the organisations dedication to preserving its historical legacy while embracing modern advancements in the diamond and jewellery industry.

The 10-year lease renewal will undoubtedly benefit LDB's members, fostering an environment of stability and growth. As a hub for all jewellery professionals, the London Diamond Bourse plays a pivotal role in facilitating trade and collaboration within the industry.

"We are thrilled to secure a new 10-year lease in Hatton Garden, a location synonymous with the London Diamond Bourse’s history," said David Troostwyk, Co-President at the London Diamond Bourse. "This renewal is a testament to our commitment to providing a supportive and thriving environment for our members. It not only ensures the continued success of our current operations but also opens doors to exciting opportunities for the future."

“I would like to echo David’s sentiment and to add a very big thank you to our Treasurer, David Joffe. David has been involved in all the negotiations and done an enormous amount of work, making sure that we have had a ‘home’ over the last 20 plus years, across 3 major lease negotiations.” Alan Cohen, Co-President, London Diamond Bourse.