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Euston Tower

British Land is exploring the future of Euston Tower at Regent’s Place, which was built in 1970 and has been vacant since 2021 – to create a world-leading science, technology and innovation building and public realm for Camden and the Knowledge Quarter that inspires, connects and creates opportunities for local people and businesses.

The vision for Euston Tower

The vision is for Euston Tower to provide opportunities for people at every stage of their life.

From a welcoming environment with spaces to play for children, to spaces that inspire young people, providing insight into careers in the life science, tech and innovation sector, alongside skills development.

The vision is also for the workspaces to support companies of different sizes, from start-ups to established companies, supporting people at different stages of their career and providing a collaborative environment that supports mentoring for younger generations.

The vision for Euston Tower


The future of Euston Tower

It’s important that we understand local aspirations and priorities, so designs can be developed to respond to them. You can view the proposals here.

The plans have been developed following several months of engagement, including co-design workshops, panel events, projects with young adults and more, to develop a joint vision. You can see below the full information we’ve presented through the following information boards.


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