King’s Cross is being developed by the King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership
The partnership is the single land owner at King’s Cross, making development and delivery easier. Many of the people working on the project have been involved from the beginning. This brings an unusual level of continuity and commitment. The partnership brings together three groups:
Argent King’s Cross Limited Partnership
Backed by Argent, one of the UK’s best respected property developers, and Hermes Real Estate on behalf of the BT Pension Scheme. Argent is the asset manager for King’s Cross. Argent has developed Brindleyplace in Birmingham and Manchester’s Piccadilly.
London & Continental Railways Limited
A UK Government-owned property company whose primary focus is the regeneration projects at King’s Cross and The International Quarter, Stratford City. LCR previously delivered High Speed 1 railway, including the rebirth of St Pancras International.
A world-class provider of supply-chain solutions. Owned by Deutsche Post.
An Australian superannuation / pension fund.
The Delivery Team
This is the group of people who are designing and building King’s Cross. It includes award-winning architects, masterplanners, landscape architects and contractors.
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris – development Zone A
Allies and Morrison – Two Pancras Square
Bell Phillips – Gasholder No. 8
Bennetts Associates – Five Pancras Square, Midland Goods Shed and East Handyside Canopy
Carmody Groarke – King’s Cross Filling Station
Dan Pearson Studio – Handyside Gardens, canalside landscaping, Tapestry and Plimsoll Gardens
The Fountain Workshop – The fountains at Granary Square, Lewis Cubitt Square, and water features at Pancras Square and Handyside Gardens
David Chipperfield Architects – One Pancras Square
David Morley Architects – Construction Skill Centre, Plimsoll Building, Handyside Street, Fish and Coal Offices
de Rijke Marsh Morgan – ArtHouse
Dextor Moren Associates – Great Northern Hotel
Eric Parry Architects – Four Pancras Square
Glen Howells Architects – Urbanest King’s Cross
John McAslan & Partners – Two Granary Square / Regeneration House
Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands – Coal Drops Yard
Maccreanor Lavington Architects – Saxon Court and Roseberry Mansions
Niall McLaughlin Architect – Tapestry Building
Porphyrios Associates – Three Pancras Square
PRP Architects – Rubicon Court
Stanton Williams – Canalside Pavilion and University of the Arts London’s campus
Studio Downie Architects – Seven Pancras Square / Stanley Building
Townshend Landscape Architects – involved in all public realm projects
Weedon Partnership – Western Transit Shed offices and detail architect for King’s Cross
Wilkinson Eyre concepts for homes in the Gasholder Triplet
Wilmotte & Associes Six Pancras Square
Olin Landscape Architects – Lewis Cubitt Park and Square