Press releases

Rainbow coloured cage to light up the sky over King’s Cross
Tuesday 24th July 2012

Rainbow coloured cage to light up the sky over King’s Cross

Visitors to King’s Cross will be able to scan the night sky for an intriguing illumination from mid-November, thanks to an artwork that will be hovering over the area for the next two years.

New King’s Cross building given the go ahead
Wednesday 18th July 2012

New King’s Cross building given the go ahead

Planning permission for Camden Council’s contact centre and office accommodation, new two-pool public sports centre and modern public library at King’s Cross have been given the green light.

Hoare Lea to relocate flagship London office to King’s Cross
Wednesday 18th July 2012

Hoare Lea to relocate flagship London office to King’s Cross

  • Hoare Lea agrees 15 year lease to relocate 165 strong London office to King’s Cross
Work Starts on Student Tower at King’s Cross
Wednesday 18th July 2012

Work Starts on Student Tower at King’s Cross

Student housing developer urbanest has begun work at King’s Cross on a stunning landmark building which will provide the next generation of student accommodation in Central London.

Granary Building scoops Mayor’s top prize for planning excellence
Wednesday 18th July 2012

Granary Building scoops Mayor’s top prize for planning excellence

The Granary Complex at King’s Cross, has scooped the Mayor’s Award for Planning Excellence at the London Planning Awards, on Monday 16 January.

King’s Cross Becomes London’s Largest Outdoor, Free WIFI Zone
Tuesday 17th July 2012

King’s Cross Becomes London’s Largest Outdoor, Free WIFI Zone

King’s Cross has become London’s largest outdoor, totally free public WiFi zone after signing a deal with The Cloud.

GE Powers King’s Cross in Pink
Monday 16th July 2012

GE Powers King’s Cross in Pink

GE has supplied the first of three 2 MW Jenbacher Combined Heat and Power (CHP) engines, for the 67 acre King’s Cross development.

Carmody Groarke Create the King’s Cross Filling Station
Monday 16th July 2012

Carmody Groarke Create the King’s Cross Filling Station

Having set out to create a strong ‘sense of place’ in an area of central London that is going through great change, King’s Cross has been working with Carmody Groarke on their latest project at the 67-acre development. An architectural identity has been created for the King’s Cross Filling Station, previously a disused petrol station on a part of the site adjacent to York Way and the Regent’s Canal.

The Office Group Sign for King’s Cross
Friday 13th July 2012

The Office Group Sign for King’s Cross

The Office Group takes long lease at King’s Cross

First Residents Moving Into King’s Cross
Friday 13th July 2012

First Residents Moving Into King’s Cross

The first homes at King’s Cross have been completed

Caravan to open new site in King’s Cross
Friday 13th July 2012

Caravan to open new site in King’s Cross

Caravan is due to open a second site in King’s Cross in July, following the success of founders Miles Kirby (formerly head chef of The Providores) and Chris Ammermann’s first venture on Exmouth Market.

Granary Square – A New Public Space for London Opens at King’s Cross
Friday 13th July 2012

Granary Square – A New Public Space for London Opens at King’s Cross

The King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP) completes Granary Square in the heart of the 67-acre King’s Cross development.