New life for Regent House in Mixed-Use Redevelopment

A new life for Regent House is announced, as Native Land partners with The Portman Estate in a mixed-use redevelopment.

Regent House has planning permission for a mixed-use scheme, with 43,000 sq ft of offices over six floors, accompanied by 24 residential apartments, and four ground floor retail units fronting Edgware Road.

The site occupies the corner of George Street and Edgware Road, and benefits from an aspect onto neighbouring Nutford Place.

Alasdair Nicholls, Chief Executive of Native Land said “The asset complements our current portfolio of centrally located developments across the capital and strengthens our position as a leading mixed-use developer in London. We are delighted to be working in partnership with The Portman Estate and to be playing a part in their continued programme of investment aimed at rejuvenating this prominent area of Westminster.”

Oliver Fenn-Smith, Property Director of The Portman Estate said “The joint venture with Native Land on Regent House is an exciting move for the estate, and will play a significant part in the ongoing transformation of Edgware Road.”

Construction is due to commence in 2018, with development completing in 2020.