A place for wellbeing
Filled with thoughtful green areas, sustainable architecture and with a deep connection to our local community, Regent’s Place hosts diverse events and is home to independent shops, affordable workspaces and places to eat and drink.
We invest in our campus environment, so workers and local people enjoy green, natural and pedestrian friendly spaces:
66,600+ sq ft of green roofs and gardens – the size of more than 23 tennis courts – promoting wellbeing and biodiversity.
200 mature trees, woodland planting and pollinator friendly species.
Outdoor seating and events for people to enjoy time together.
Following earlier improvements around 1 Triton Square, we are now transforming remaining outdoor areas:
London’s largest living wall arriving at Regent’s Place – providing a home for wildlife and planting, and a new selfie spot for visitors.
More greenery, seating areas and large planters in our popular plaza.
New semi-sheltered spaces – made using all-natural materials, timber furniture and widespread planting – for relaxing and socialising outside.
Just a few minutes’ walk away is London’s much-loved Regent’s Park. Celebrated for its rose gardens, the park is also home to central London’s largest outdoor sports area. From its open-air theatre to the children’s playground, boating lake, fountains, rose gardens and nature trail, Regent’s Park is a beautiful place to boost your wellbeing.