Public Realm Redevelopment
Transforming Regent’s Place outdoor spaces
This year, Regent’s Place is embarking on exciting improvement works following the transformation around 1 Triton Square in 2020.
The works will reimagine outdoor areas, upgrading them to attractive and functional spots for everyone to enjoy and adding more greenery to create a more relaxing, natural environment.
Using all-natural materials, timber furniture and widespread planting, this project will also see the installation of additional outside socialising areas. The new semi-sheltered spaces have been designed with groups in mind, so friends can sit and relax in between meetings or after work hours.
Improvement works planned for 2022:
- Triton Street will be transformed with quiet areas to sit and tranquil planters to create an oasis for those looking to take a moment to themselves.
- The Plaza will become home to new seating areas and large planters.
- London’s largest living wall will also be arriving at Regent’s Place, providing a home to various wildlife, foliage, and plants – and a new selfie spot for visitors to enjoy.
Measures are being taken to keep any disruption to a minimum including noise control measures in place of 2 hours on/2 hours off during all percussive breaking out works. There are also dust control measures which include damping down during breaking out works and a vehicle wash-down point.
If you work or live in Regent’s Place and would like more information, please contact Claudia Augusto at [email protected].
Last updated Thursday 6 August, 2020