The CEPC is a statutory body first set up by act of Parliament in 1813 to manage and maintain parts of the new residential development around Regent‘s Park and Regent’s Street.
Despite our very similar names, The Crown Estate and the Crown Estate Paving Commission are entirely separate and independent statutory bodies, each set up by their own distinct Acts of Parliament. The CEPC is not part of The Crown Estate and is financially independent from it.
The CEPC only handles matters relating to the management of its roads, pavements or gardens and the services that arise as part of its management responsibilities.
The Commission employs approximately 30 staff led by Director (Clerk & Treasurer to Commissioners’) Nick Packard and a small management team comprising:
Head of Traffic and Security – Mr Martyn Floodgate
Head of Landscape – Mr Matt Higham
Surveyor – Flora Lickiss
12 Park Square East,
London NW1 4LH
T: 020 7935 8049