Lucozade sign on M4 is removed

The Lucozade sign on the M4 in London has been removed. The sign was kept as a landmark by GlaxoSmithKine on its Lucozade Annexe building, which has been disused for many years. The building will make way for Audi's UK headquarters and the sign has been given to a museum. GlazoSmithKine, advised by Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners, has applied to the London Borough of Hounslow for a replica sign nearby.

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