The building was evacuated at 12:30pm today.
The offices of the Daily Mail were evacuated after a suspicious white powder was sent into the newspaper.
Journalists were told to evacuate the building just after 12:30pm today.
Many took to twitter during the evacuation…
— Lucy Pasha-Robinson (@LucyPasha) November 14, 2016
Update: currently all waiting in atrium of daily mail due to security threat pic.twitter.com/3rqvQwIYdj
— Amy Willis (@Amy_Willis) November 14, 2016
Police were at the scene, with one stationed outside the entrance to Northcliffe House.
No injuries were reported of and the substance was deemed as non-suspicious after it was tested by detectives.
A Spokesman said earlier: “Police were called at 12.30pm on Monday, November 14 to reports of a suspicious package at a building in Kensington High Street.
“Borough officers from Kensington and Chelsea, supported by specialist Met officers, are currently in attendance.
“A limited evacuation has taken place in one area of the building. Enquiries continue.”