Over the last few weeks there has been a rise in the number of mobile phones being stolen from people walking down the street in the local area.
The preferred method is that thieves driving a moped will snatch the device on the move.
For information on how to keep your phone safe, please click here
Picture natural timbers & reclaimed brick with touches of antique brass, copper & bespoke lighting. Visualise our stylish, statement bar made from solid oak sleepers – the ideal spot to catch up over cocktails.
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Join the team to celebrate the launch of their new daily Giovanni Rana Aperitivo
One FREE drink plus FREE tasty bites to eat and enjoy!
Tuesday 3rd March from 17:00 - 19:00
Regent’s Place are still supporting the Camden Foodbank!
The idea is simple- just pop an extra item in your shopping basket when you pop out for lunch or do your weekly shop, and then bring it to one of the receptions on the campus. All donated items will be given to the Camden Foodbank, who will distribute them to people in the local community.
Simply drop off any items you wish to donate to the team at the reception desk, and they will make sure it all goes to this worthwhile causeMore information
The teams challenge this year is the Big Battlefield Bike Ride cycling 350 miles from Paris to Windsor over 7 days, 15th -21st June, incorporating visits to historic battle sites along the route.
For more information, please click here
If you’d like to support the teams efforts, then please donate via http://www.bmycharity.com/DebsBBBR2015
Regent’s Place is now home to 10 pieces of artwork, including sculpture, painting, contemporary light pieces, a classic marble frieze as well as an architecturally-based pavilion. The range of artists is equally diverse, combining work by Gary Webb, Julian Opie, Antony Gormley and Sarah Morris.
The most recent addition at Regent’s Place is Pecking Bird, by Gary Hume, which is positioned between Euston Road and Hampstead Road.
Although a small number of art pieces are located within the offices at Regent’s Place, the vast majority are in the public domain for those visiting the campus to enjoy. To see more information, please take a look at our Art Guide.