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  • Regents Place, London •Regents Place is a contemporary mixed use development entirely developed by British Land and located in the London Borough of Camden. •Work commenced in 1996 (demolition of existing structures) with the final phase due for completion in 2013. •Fully managed commercial and residential services. •The wiki is intended as a overview of the ACSS402 development and consists of a page for each building and details rentable floor Group 14 space, usage, occupiers, managing Derren Francis consultants, main contractors, and Abigail Hall construction methods. Adam Percival Carl Staniforth Adam Walker
  • 20, Triton Street• Serviced Office Space•1,361 sq m• Completed in 2010• Occupiers include :  Gazprom  Lend Lease  Dimensional Fund Advisors  Ricoh Services Include: • Air conditioning • Raised access flooring • Suspended ceilings • LG7 lighting
  • One Osnaburgh Street• 20-storey residential tower• 62 apartments, ranging in size from studios to 3bedroom flats• Parking is provided in a basement•Defied the housing slump by selling allapartments prior to completion of construction.
  • 338 Euston Road• 18 Storey Offices• First building within the complex to beredeveloped in 1990• Regus rent offices and operate within thebuilding• The reception lobby area was the first interiorproject in the UK to use StoVertec glass
  • 350 Euston Road • Completed in 2001 • Building size 118,00sq ft • Some occupants include: • Balfour Beatty Capital • Capital One • Findus Group • General Medical Council• Antony Gorman (Angel Of The North)‘Reflections’ sculpture.• 2 Wings Multi-Let offices for mixed use• Atria runs the length of building at bothwings.• Triple glazed facades.
  • 10 Triton Street • 43m high 9 storey mixed use • Building size 117,00sq ft • AEGIS occupy entire office space on long term lease •40,000 bees kept on the roof •2.4m ltrs of rainwater recycled each year •‘B’ excellence rating from BREEAM
  • NEQ (North East Quadrant)• Total of 530,000 sqft mixed use space• Due for completion in 2013•Final stage of Regents Place development• Consists of 3 individual glass buildings, the tallestat 16 storeys•Main occupier is Debenhams (upon opening)•CFA Piled foundation•Will be 54% more carbon efficient than currentstandars
  • 1, 4 & 7 Triton Square•19,000 square metres of office space•Six Storeys•Main Occupiers are: •London & Capital •Atos Origin •JP Morgan •Also houses the Estate Management Office for Regents Place at Number 4.
  • Euston Tower•34 Storeys•Proposed 1963•Construction commenced 1965•Completed 1970•Modernist Style•Construction Cost £3.5 Million•Predominantly Office Space•5 out of 7 lifts are passenger lifts Pictures: Left: Euston Tower under Construction – 1969 Right: Euston Tower today
  • 2/3 Triton Square•Architect: Sheppard Robson•Main Contractor: Skanska•Completion Date: 2001•Consultants: Gleeds •Occupier: Santander Bank (British Land sold the building to the main occupier at the time, Abbey National in 2009)