In Central London
We are committed to making our city a brilliant place for everyone who lives, works and visits.
Creating brilliant places in the heart of London's west end
We believe in respecting the unique heritage of our place. We also look to the future to anticipate the needs of people in decades to come. Explore our insights and see how we are collaborating with customers and partners to create spaces where people thrive.
Brexit not the only factor facing real estate
At a time when Brexit is top of mind for UK economy and the real estate sector, other significant factors can be easily overlooked.
Paul Clark, our Chief Investment Officer, shares his views on the forces facing UK real estate and what we focus on to continue creating brilliant places for the long-term.Read more
Wild West End is a natural success
Through our Wild West End partnership, we’re creating a green corridor linking Regent’s Park and St James’s Park. This is encouraging birds, bees and bats back into this iconic area of London and creating opportunities for people to experience nature during their daily lives, an important factor proven to benefit wellbeing.Read more
A recipe for a better food future
To coincide with WWF’s Earth Hour in March 2018, we partnered with a dozen restaurants across Regent Street and St James’s Market on the ‘One Planet Plate’ campaign, a worldwide movement which demonstrates how food can help us live better on planet earth.Read more
Rebuilding for the better
James Cooksey, Director of Central London, shares his thoughts on our collectiveRead more
Find out more
Visit our most used customer websites to learn more about what we do in Central London.
Regent Street online
Find out more about the flagships, fashion, food and entertainment on Regent Street.
St James’s London
Explore the fashion, food, art and lifestyle of St James's London, a haven in the heart of the capital.
Wild West End
Visit the Wild West End website to learn about how we’re working with other property owners to enhance biodiversity in the West End of London.