Return to Office | Travel to Work

As things slowly begin to open up this summer and we think about returning to the office, Regent’s Place cafes, restaurants and wellness spots (plus our open-air spaces to enjoy the sunshine with Wi-Fi) will be safe and ready to welcome people back.

With this in mind, we’ve created a helpful guide about what to expect and how to plan your Covid-safe return to work. 

People walking across a zebra crossing at Regent's Park.

Safely travelling to and from Regent’s Place

If you’re rethinking your commute, see our Planning Your Visit page for the quickest and easiest journeys from home to the office.

Thanks to our handy Brompton Bikes locker, simply sign up for an annual membership to hire a bike for as little or as long as you’d like (prices start from £3.50 a day with a membership fee). The lockers are located in front of Euston Tower and facing Euston Road and Warren Street Underground Station

Brompton bike hire lockers.

There are also Santander bike docks at Warren Street and Hampstead Road and if you have your own bike, you can use the cycle racks located around Euston Tower, in front of 350 Euston Road, along Brock Street or outside the Santander building. Email for further details.

Additional cycle rack storage in the basement for those that work in Regent’s Place has been installed. To access the cycle racks, you’ll need to apply for a space then attend a safety induction so please contact your Facilities Manager or Regent's Place Management via Inductions are carried out every Tuesday and Friday at 10.30am.

Public Transport 

TFL have introduced some extra measures to keep you safe on public transport. You could choose to travel at quieter times on public transport if that is an option. Quieter times are 8:15am to 4pm and after 5.30pm on weekdays, and before 12pm and after 6pm on weekends, find out more information on public transport at the TFL website. Please check the latest guidance on safe travel from Transport for London

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