Regent's Place Osnaburgh Street

London, NW1
British Land
Completed 2009
560,000 sq ft office, 152 residential units, 10,000 sq ft retail
Commercial, residential, retail, public realm, arts and community

Farrells, Architect

Aecom, Cost consultant

Edco, Landscape design

Bovis, Construction manager

As the first phase of the Regent’s Place masterplan, Osnaburgh Street introduced a mix of uses to Regent’s Place by incorporating private and affordable housing along with Grade A office spaces. It also enhanced permeability across the campus, with a new western entrance and new crossing on Euston Road. These are supported with restaurants, retail, community theatre and public art and spaces.

Involved from the outset, M3 managed the design team and the resolution of a number of property issues including site assembly and interface with the EDF substation. M3 continued on to lead the project through construction, marketing and handover, identifying programme savings that completed maximum enabling works whilst gaining vacant possession, commenced demolition within four months of planning and enabled construction within six months of demolition.

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Project highlights

  • Assisting in complex land negotiations
  • Coordinating consultation with special interest groups and local authorities
  • Increasing floor areas during design development
  • Enhancing permeability across the campus with a new western entrance and new crossing on Euston Road
  • Developing construction programme to accelerate commencement of project on site
  • Residential units 100% sold prior to practical completion