Regent’s Place is a 13 acre, fully managed campus, with over 20,000 workers and residents. With excellent local and international transport links and the latest in sustainable design, it is a lively mix of retail, leisure and public spaces. It benefits from its location between one of London’s most beautiful parks, the heart of the West End and the Knowledge Quarter, home to 8 universities, 22 museums and galleries, 580 research centres and more than 3,000 scientists.
We're undergoing a period of real transformation, helping it to attract a broader mix of occupier. Being uniquely positioned in the Knowledge Quarter, close to a range of academic and research institutions including University College London, the Wellcome Trust and the Francis Crick Institute, we're in the process of repositioning for growth in life sciences and innovation.
Storey, our flexible workspace brand, is open at 338 Euston Road and we have completed a major redevelopment project at 1 Triton Square, a 370,000 sq ft BREEAM outstanding building. The campus has excellent transport links to Euston and Kings Cross stations.
At the heart of the campus is Regent's Place Plaza, a place to meet, relax and be entertained. We have doubled the size of this plaza and added new walkways, connecting our campus with the local neighbourhood.
The campus also has two residential buildings and the Diorama theatre. The campus has close ties to the local community through the Regent’s Place Community Fund and other long term partnerships.
Progressing towards net zero carbon
21% reduction in energy intensity across the campus since 2019 – contributing to 600+ tonnes of carbon savings.*
100% of the electricity and gas we buy for Regent’s Place customers comes from certified renewable sources.
Zero waste to landfill
100% of the waste we manage for Regent’s Place customers diverted from landfill since 2014.
* Whole building energy intensity.
Creating a long-lasting, positive social impact
14,500+ local people have benefited from our Regent’s Place community programme since 2021.
1,700+ local children have joined our Young Readers Programme at Regent’s Place since 2016, improving life chances.
£200,000+ Regent’s Place Community Fund with customers and local partners – making a lasting social impact since 2016 and positively impacting over 6,700 local people in 2022.
Scott Sallée of dentsu, Regent’s Place customer
By bringing together different occupiers of Regent’s Place, British Land is enabling us to maximise and amplify our impact by helping us collaborate and come together to solve things that matter to us as a community. It’s really enjoyable for our teams to have these volunteering opportunities and to come together in great networks."
Regent’s Place is a rich mix of organisations