Regent's Park Estate Regeneration, London

An opportunity for replacement homes to kick-start regeneration of a post-war estate.

Central Government’s plans for HS2 meant that three social housing blocks on the Regent’s Park Estate in Camden required demolition. Tibbalds worked with Camden Council to find locations for replacement homes within the estate. Our design-led masterplan approach ensured that the site selection process for the replacement homes also supported opportunities for further regeneration works in the future.

Project Deliverables:
116 homes and significant public realm improvements
Camden Council
Matthew Lloyd Architects: Plots 2,4,6,8,9; Mæ Architects: Plots 1,3,5; Ingleton Wood Architects; Campbell Reith: Consulting Engineers; TGA Engineers; East Landscape Architects; EC Harris; Fire Risk Solutions; Right to Light Consulting
Regents Park Estate, Camden, London
Detailed Planning consent secured 2015. Construction nearing completion.

Tibbalds design-led masterplan approach secured planning consent for replacement homes on sites that were deliverable within the challenging timescales of HS2 and set out a vision for further investment in the future.

The Regents Park Estate is a large post-war estate located between Euston Station and Regents Park. The Estate was badly affected by Central Government’s proposals for HS2, which required the demolition of three existing housing blocks and the loss of 182 homes.

Tibbalds were appointed in 2013 to undertake a feasibility and capacity review of the estate to accommodate replacement homes for those that would be lost. Using considered analysis and masterplanning we developed a vision for the future of the estate that identified a number of sites that could be developed in the short term for replacement homes, as well as medium and long term opportunities. The short term sites were able to deliver the replacement homes in the tight timescales required by HS2 but also supported the vision for further regeneration in the future. The masterplan allowed stakeholders to see that the sites had been carefully considered as part of a longer term investment meaning strong support was received from the local community.

Detailed planning consent was secured for the replacement homes on the short term sites in 2015 where Tibbalds managed and led the large multi-disciplinary. The scheme provides 116 new homes and improved public realm and open space, the project is now complete and occupied.

Take a look at our video asking the question "What is the potential for housing growth and urban repair on large scale post-war estates?”

Video produced for our Shortlisted 'Practice Award: Urban Design Awards 2017’ submission.


  • Highly Commended in the Major Projects Award for Camden Design Awards 2022

  • Shortlisted in RIBA London Award 2021

  • Shortlisted in RIBA London and Regional Awards 2020

  • Shortlisted for Borough led projects category, London Planning Awards 2019

  • Shortlisted in the Excellence in Planning for Homes category, RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence 2019

  • Shortlisted for Practice Award: Urban Design Awards 2017

Core Team

Below are some of the key people that worked on this project.

  • Portrait of Hilary Satchwell
    Hilary Satchwell
  • Portrait of Lizzie Le Mare
    Lizzie Le Mare
Portrait of Lizzie Le Mare

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