1 Triton Square and Longford House

London, NW1
British Land
Practical completion 2021
Two buildings including 313,000 sq ft NIA office, 22 residential units and public realm improvements
Office, retail, gym, residential and public realm

Arup Associates, Architect, Structural Engineer, MEP Engineer
Matthew Lloyd Architects, Residential architect

The 1 Triton Square and Longford House development pushes the envelope at Regent’s Place, and creates better investment and community value for it.

With the anticipated vacant possession of 1 4 7 Triton Square and the recent acquisition of the former church site to the north, the team investigated the opportunity to enhance the working and living communities within and in the neighbourhood of the campus. The planning scheme optimised the efficiencies achievable within massing and townscape constraints, with an atrium infill and additional storeys on the existing commercial building and creative space planning on the affordable housing. All the while the quantum and quality of public realm is enhanced through the creation of a public garden on the north.

Related projects
Regent’s Place, 1 Triton Square, Longford House

Project highlights

  • Introducing 22 units of affordable housing and 10,645 sq ft NIA of affordable workspace

  • Increasing existing office net area by 135,000 sq ft while retaining the existing structure

  • Agreement of a single pre let for the whole office space

  • Rationalising local movement and experience, replacing ground level mall with community-facing frontages

  • Reproviding and improving gym facilities

  • More than 58,000 sq ft of improved landscaping