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Stay Safe

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.

Our Regent's Place site team have all been provided with suitable PPE to help them carry out their roles safely, and we’re also continuing with our enhanced cleaning regimes, including regular cleaning of key touchpoints throughout each day. 

You can help everyone to stay safe by: 

  • Staying at home if you, or anyone in your household, has symptoms of Covid-19 
  • Washing your hands regularly 
  • Keeping a two-metre distance from people outside of your household 
  • Using contactless payments wherever possible
  • Wearing a face covering where required – this is mandatory in enclosed public spaces from 24th July. Find out more here.

Your safety is our number one priority so you might notice extra measures in place, including: 

  • Hand sanitising stations
  • Signage to help everyone to keep a two-metre distance from others 
  • One-way systems in the buildings to help with social distancing  
  • Directional signage where necessary in the public realm areas 
  • Plexiglass screen barriers at reception and security desks 
  • Closing or adapting shared spaces, such as seating in communal areas and meeting rooms  
  • Reduced capacity in our lifts to allow for social distancing 

Our Regent’s Place site team have all been provided with suitable PPE such as masks and gloves to help them carry out their roles safely. We’re also continuing with our enhanced cleaning regimes, including regular cleaning of key touchpoints throughout each day. 

Find out more about the Government’s latest advice here:  



Getting here and heading home 

Entrances and exits 
All entrances and exits on the campus remain open with the addition of directional signage on narrow routes to manage social distancing. 

Additional signage has been installed around the campus to remind people of the 2-metre social distancing guidance. 

Several buildings have designated entry or exit only doors, please refer to the signage on the door. 


Public Transport 
Fronting onto Euston Road, Regent’s Place is situated between King’s Cross and Paddington and benefits from being within a couple of hundred metres of four tube stations  (Regent’s Park, Great Portland Street, Warren Street and Euston Square) and several bus stops.

Great Portland Street (Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines) 

Warren Street (Victoria and Northern lines) 

Regent’s Park (Bakerloo line) 

Euston Square (Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines) 

Please check the latest guidance on safe travel from Transport for London here



If you are planning on cycling to work you can stay up to date with cycle routes and special measures being implemented by TFL here

Bike storage in the basement is available to those who work in our buildings following a safety induction and there ae bike racks around the campus for visitors. For more information please see our Facilities and Services page. 


Hiring a bike

There are no bike hire docking stations in Regent's Place, but there are several Santander Cycles stations in the surrounding area on Longford Street, Bolsover Street, Warren Street Station and Hampstead Road.

For more information please visit the TFL website or download the Santander Cycles app.

Other cycle hire companies in the area include Jump and Lime



Car parking spaces at basement level for those who work in our buildings are limited, please speak to your Facilities Manager for more information. 

There are no general public parking spaces at Regent's Place. For further information on nearby parking please head to our Facilities and Services page.

Regent's Place borders the London Congestion and ULEZ charge zone, so please be mindful of this if planning to travel by car.

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