Entries by CEPC Administration

Nursemaids’ Tunnel project – Progress update November

There is excellent progress being made on the Nursemaids’ Tunnel works. The wall on the southern side (Park Crescent) has now been completely rebuilt and the final pointing is being completed. The new concrete retaining wall on the north side (Park Square) has been built and the team have started the first few courses of […]

Nursemaids’ Tunnel project – Progress update

The Nursemaids’ Tunnel project is well underway. Stonewest (the contractor undertaking the works) are making excellent progress. The southern wall In Park Crescent has been removed and the concrete retaining wall has now been constructed. The original bricks will be used to rebuild the southern wall as the next stage of this project on the […]

Electric bike provider LIME have now extended their Redzone

As some of you will be aware, I have been communicating with the electric bike provider LIME regarding the significant problems caused by the bikes being left abandoned across the estate and the Health and Safety risk that this poses.I am delighted to inform you that as a result of this communication LIME have now […]

York Bridge

York Bridge is a Grade 2 listed masonry arch road bridge crossing the Regent’s Park boating lake. We believe it is one of The Royal Parks’ oldest assets, with the first part of the bridge dating back to around 1790. Monitoring over the last few years has shown that the bridge is deteriorating due to […]

The Royal Parks Events

As a resident of a property in close proximity to The Regent’s Park, you may be eligible for complimentary tickets to major events held in the park such as Frieze Art Fair and Taste of London.The Royal Parks are updating their contact list and if you would like to be contacted about tickets to events […]

The UK’s fastest broadband is coming to Regent’s Park

Please see below a message from Swish Fibre, who have partnered with Vorboss, to offer residential high-speed broadband through parts of the Crown Estate Paving Commission’s estate. Please direct any queries on the broadband to Swish Fibre via the details below. The Swish Fibre Team will also have a coffee van at Chester Terrace on […]

Appointment of New Chair

The Crown Estate Paving Commissioners are delighted to advise that the 2021 recruitment process has now been successfully completed. Following the appointment of four new Commissioners in October whose details can be seen on the Commissioners page of this website, Marc Mourre has now been appointed a Commissioner with a view to his taking over […]

Dog Fouling in Hanover Terrace

Early in 2021 an email was sent to all residents of Hanover Terrace regarding a dog fouling issue. This still seems to be a persistent problem in the garden beds and lawn at Hannover Terrace with the CEPC garden regulations not being adhered to. Last week the gardeners reported large amounts of dog fouling in […]

Cumberland Place – Survey Global

Due to cracks occurring along the Cumberland Place Garden wall, we would like to inform you that on Monday 22 November and Tuesday 23 November part of the garden will be closed off whilst we undertake survey work. These form part of investigations suggested by the Commission’s consultant structural engineers, who have recently inspected. It […]

Cambridge Terrace Mews : Green waste disposal

We have been experiencing piles of green waste being left next to the emergency vehicle access gate of the garden, subsequently killing the grass which was recently reseeded. Please can I request that if residents have any green waste that they place in their Camden green waste bin. Please do not hesitate to contact me […]