Welcome to the Euston Tower community website.
Thank you for visiting this website on the proposals for the future of Euston Tower.
Here, you can find out more about how the developed designs have been shaped as a result of community feedback, view information previously presented, find out how to get involved, and much more.
British Land is exploring the future of Euston Tower, which was built in 1970 and has been vacant since 2021 – to create a world leading science, technology and innovation building and public realm for Camden and the Knowledge Quarter that inspires, connects and creates opportunities for local people and businesses.
Euston Tower: Invitation to view the developed designs
Following several months of engagement with members of the local community, we are now pleased to invite you to view the developed designs for Euston Tower at one of our public events. These designs have been shaped in collaboration with the local community.
Join us at one of our upcoming events to view our developed designs and share any comments you may have ahead of the submission of the planning application later this year.
Exhibition launch event with food and activities for everyone to enjoy.
Saturday 14 October, 12–4pm, 10 Brock Street, NW1 3FG
Workshop – Spaces for public use & programming follow-up
Monday 16 October, 6.30–8pm, 20 Triton Street, NW1 3BF
Camden Council are also hosting the Development Management Forum on the proposals on Wednesday 18 October at the Magic Circle, 12 Stephenson Way, from 7 – 9.30pm (doors open from 6.45pm). This is an event chaired and hosted by Camden Council to allow people to ask questions about the proposals. We look forward to seeing you there!
If you are unable to attend an event, you can view the full information presented here.
If you’ve got any further comments, you can get in touch with us.
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Transform the disused Euston Tower into a beautifully designed, sustainable new building, delivering pioneering workspace, accessible and inclusive spaces for neighbouring communities and supporting the development of the local community.
Create a world leading science, technology and innovation building and public realm for Camden and the Knowledge Quarter that inspires, connects and creates opportunities for local people and businesses.
Re-design the existing building to minimise its impact on the environment and ensure that it is fit for next 100 years, through partial deconstruction, reuse, recycling and use of low carbon materials.
Imagining the future of Euston Tower: Co-design and Engagement
You can see a summary of all the community workshops that took place in the lead up to our first public consultation events on our video below