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The MHRA is planning to relocate near the current EMA headquarters in Canary Wharf in East London. The move will take place around the middle of 2018, shortly before the EMA relocates to its new home in the European Union. The decision was made as the lease of the current home of the MHRA is due to end and the move was decided when a new space became available at a new civil service center. The move will relocate the MHRA to 10 South Colonnade, Canary Wharf, which is a 25-year -old, 50,354-square-meter building selected as the location for the new regulator.

MHRA employees will make up some of the 5,700 full and part-time civil servants who will work here by the time the move is completed towards the end of 2018. The move is not expected to affect staffing levels or services provided by the MHRA.