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What do the national lockdown measures in England mean for my visit?

In line with the Government's national lockdown measures, only essential stores remain open at Regent's Place from Thursday 5 November.

Some cafes and restaurants are offering takeaway or delivery options. 

Find out more here

What safety measures are in place in response to the coronavirus outbreak?

We’ve introduced extra measures to help everyone stay safe here at Regent's Place. These include new signage to support social distancing, one-way systems within our buildings, and plexiglass screen barriers at reception and security desks. As more people return to our neighbourhood, we’re also increasing our security presence on site.

Find out more here.

Do I have to wear a face mask when visiting?

From Friday 24th July, wearing a face covering is mandatory in enclosed public spaces such as shops, supermarkets and shopping centres, as well as when buying food and drink to take away from cafes and shops.

The government’s full guidance can be found here.

Are there public toilets on site and are they open?

There are no public toilet facilities available. 

Can we use the public spaces?

As ever, our neighbourhood remains open. We do request that you maintain the 2m social distancing wherever possible, including in our public spaces and walkways. 

No public events or street food vendors are scheduled on-site until further notice. 

I’ve had something posted to my office. Am I able to collect it?

Please complete our contact us form, providing details of which building you work in and when you expect this to be delivered, and we will put you in touch with the respective building manager.  

What parking is available at Regent’s Place?

There is no public parking available at Regent’s Place. Please check with the NCP or see nearby parking spaces here

What are the nearest transport links to Regent's Place? 

Regent’s Place sits beside a number of London Underground and National Rail stations, including Great Portland Street, Warren Street, Regent’s Park, Euston Square, Euston, Baker Street and King’s Cross St Pancras. 

Please bear in mind that the stations will also be taking extra precautions at this time. Visit https://tfl.gov.uk/ to plan your journey. 

What cycle storage is available?

Visitors can use the cycle racks located by 286 Euston Road, outside the Santander building or on Euston Road opposite the Santander building. Please contact info@regentsplace.com for further details.

We are installing additional cycle rack storage for the people who work within our buildings. Please be advised that the cycle racks are not bookable and are offered to occupiers on a first come, first served basis. To access the cycle racks you will need to attend a safety induction and be given an access pass and high visability vest, which must be worn in the basement. To arrange your induction please contact your facilities manager.



 

Will the big screen be returning to the Plaza this summer?

No public events are scheduled on-site until further notice. 

Why have the ping pong tables been removed?

All outdoor facilities available at Regent's Place have been temporarily closed as per the Government's advice regarding maintaining social distancing. 

How do I get in contact with the bars and restaurants at Regent’s Place?

For the full list of places to eat, drink and workout, click here. For all enquiries, please contact the outlet directly. 

Are there cash machines?

Santander has three cash machines at Regent’s Place at both ends of their building.

Is there free Wi-Fi at Regent’s Place?

Regent’s Place has superfast, reliable WiFi all across the neighbourhood. Connect to _Regents Place Free WiFi and follow the onscreen instructions.

What should I do if I think I’ve lost something on site?

Please contact our team for any queries regarding lost property if you believe you lost the item in any of our public spaces. You can contact the team on 02073884979, or send us a message via info@regentsplace.com.

If you believe you lost an item within one of our bars, restaurants, gyms or leisure facilities, please contact them directly. You can find their details here.

How do I request CCTV footage?

If you are the Data Subject requesting footage of yourself, please read the British Land privacy notice here and send your request via the form on this link.

If you are a Third Party acting on behalf of a data subject (such as a nominated Insurance company or the Police), please read the British Land privacy notice here and send your request via the form on this link.

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