There is no public parking available at Regent’s Place.
Please check with the NCP, nearby car parks include:
Bucklebury Car Park, Laxton Place (off Longford Street), London NW1 3PT (Tel 0207383588)
London Regent's Park, Regent's Park, Holiday Inn, Carburton Street, London W1W 5EE (ParkPass App)
Union Car Parks, 2-5 Devonshire Row Mews, Devonshire Street, Marylebone, London W1W 5AU (Tel 02075804800)
There are no public toilet facilities available.
Regent’s Place sits beside a number of London Underground and National Rail stations, including Great Portland Street, Warren Street, Regent’s Park, Euston Square, Euston, Baker Street and King’s Cross St Pancras.
Check journeys with Transport for London before you travel.
Regent’s Place does not currently offer Wi-fi access for customers. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Visitors can use the cycle racks located by 286 Euston Road, outside the Santander building or on Euston Road opposite the Santander building and along towards Great Portland Street station, indicated on the map below. Please contact [email protected] for further details.
Additional cycle rack storage for occupiers has been installed on the basement level. Please be advised cycle racks are not bookable and are offered to occupiers on a first-come, first-served basis. To access the basement cycle racks you will need to attend a safety induction and be given an access pass and high visibility vest, which must be worn in the basement. To arrange your induction please contact your Facilities Manager or Regent's Place Management via [email protected]. Inductions are carried out every Tuesday and Friday at 10.30am.
Brompton bikes are available to hire from the Brompton Bike lockers.
InPost Lockers are located near the rear entrance of 350 Euston Road.
For more information, please visit the InPost website. https://www.inpost.co.uk/
We want your Regent's Place experience online to be as great as your experience while you are on site. We’d love for you to get involved with our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages but we also need to make sure these are safe, friendly and respectful places so we have a few guidelines to make sure this happens:
1. No hate speech or bullying: we want to make sure everyone feels safe and bullying of any kind isn’t allowed. Any user posting abusive, offensive, racist, discriminatory, sexually explicit or indecent, or other comments that could cause harm towards others, will have their posts removed from our channels. If further posts are made, users will be banned and blocked from our channels.
2. Be kind and courteous. We want to create a welcoming environment on our social media platforms so let’s treat everyone with respect. Any posts that contain threatening, swearing, intimidating or violent language or an incitement to violence or disturbance will be removed. Your profile may also be shared with campus security and/or law enforcement.
3. No promotions or spam. Any unauthorised promotions for third party products or services or infringement of third-party intellectual property, privacy, and/or publicity rights aren’t allowed and will be removed from the Page.
4. Speak the truth: We want to hear about your honest experience at Regent's Place but please avoid any false, fraudulent or misleading claims that may damage the reputation of the centre and/or the people who work here.
Our social channels encourage our Regent's Place community to openly discuss experiences in, or directly surrounding, us but it should be noted that unless the post has come from our official account, posts and comments do not represent the views of Regent's Place.
Our social media channels are monitored daily during regular working hours (9.00am - 5.30pm) and we will respond to any direct messages as soon as possible. Out of hours and weekend monitoring covers critical and emergency situations but we will always respond as soon as possible to any enquiries.
If you do have any questions relating to Regent's Place further information can be found on our FAQs page.
While the outdoor spaces around the campus are upgraded, certain routes through the campus may be temporarily restricted or closed.
Measures have been taken to keep disruption to a minimum and information on how this might impact your visit to Regent’s Place can be found on the redevelopment news page.
Please contact our team for any queries regarding lost property if you believe you lost the item in any of our public spaces. You can contact the team on 02073884979, or send us a message via [email protected].
If you believe you lost an item within one of our bars, restaurants, gyms or leisure facilities, please contact them directly. You can find their details on their store page.
The transformation of the outdoor spaces on the campus will begin on 10 January 2022 and continue throughout the year until Autumn.
Full details can be found on our redevelopment news page.