North East Quadrant

London, NW1
British Land
Completed 2013
530,000 sq ft office and 162 residential units
£185m
Mixed use commercial, residential, retail, arts, leisure and community

Wilkinson Eyre Architects, Architect
Stephen Marshall Architects, Architect
Tate Hindle, Architect
CH2M, Structural engineer
Aecom, Cost consultant
Edco, Landscape architect
Bovis Lendlease, Construction manager


North East Quadrant is the second phase of the Regent’s Place masterplan, creating two new office blocks and private and affordable housing totalling 700,000 sq ft. With the aim to deliver a significant quantum of mixed used floor space and to enliven this unwelcoming part of Regent’s Place with active ground level uses and entrances at each elevation, M3 selected and led the project team from viability reviews through design, town planning and construction. Anticipating the need to accommodate the servicing of this future development during and after construction, M3 undertook extensive reorganisation of an operational basement in advance. The development incorporated significant community uses including New Diorama Community Arts Centre, new West Euston Partnership facilities and renewed Regent’s Place Plaza.


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Regent's Place

Project highlights


  • Liaising with community and statutory stakeholders
  • Developing a sustainable and renewable energy strategy, achieving BREEAM Excellent
  • Coordinating and liaising with tenants throughout construction
  • Assisted in the selection of and liaison with affordable housing provider
  • Liaising with British Land to secure Debenhams pre-let of more than 50% of 10 Brock Street
  • 90% of residential units sold off plan