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Pancras Square

The new London square at the gateway to King's Cross

People and plants on a sunny lunchtime in Pancras Square, King's CrossPancras Square is the beautiful new square at the gateway to King’s Cross. The design is inspired by the atmosphere of a continental town square, but without the traffic.

giant pin oak marks the entry point to the square from Battle Bridge Place. With lawned areas and seating beneath mature trees, the square is both a green route from the stations and a place to pause and relax.

Water cascades through the space in a series of stepped terraces flowing towards the view of the St Pancras Chambers Clock Tower.

Vinoteca terrace, One Pancras Square, King's CrossEating and drinking at Pancras Square

Tables from restaurants and cafés spill out into the square. This is the perfect spot for a business breakfast, alfresco lunch or an after work drink. Vinoteca, craft coffee shop Notes and Granger & Co from Australian chef Bill Granger, The German Gymnasium, the latest from D&D London, Drake & Morgan, Tortilla and Wasabi and are all found here.

Also on the square is the new Pancras Square Leisure Centre and public library in the London Borough of Camden building at 5 Pancras Square.

Workspace at Pancras Square

The new office buildings around the square are already home to the likes of London Borough of Camden, Louis Vuitton, PRS for Music and more. These companies will soon be joined by Google, media giant Havas and Universal Music. In time, a new pedestrian bridge across Regent’s Canal will link Pancras Square to Granary Square and the new shopping area – Coal Drops Yard.


The designers

Pancras Square is designed by Townshend Landscape Architects

The cascading water feature is designed by The Fountain Workshop