Flats are part of British Land development on Euston Road

Matthew Lloyd Architects has won planning for an ’affordable’ housing scheme for Camden residents in central London.

The scheme is part of British Land’s wider commercial scheme for the adjoining 1 Triton Square at Regents Place, close to the Euston Tower and Tottenham Court Road. Most of the Regents Place development is office and retail space but the St Anne’s site was earmarked for housing.

The buildings rise from six to nine storeys and contain 22 dual- or triple-aspect flats, most of them two- and three-bedroom and all to GLA space standards.

The building material is brick, with detailing to the balconies and window design and white brick to the inside of recessed balconies.

Michael Meadows, planning director at British Land, said: “Matthew Lloyd Architects’ refined and thoughtful architecture enabled us to maximise the development potential of this tight urban site, to deliver much-needed homes. Their diligent and user-friendly approach was essential in securing support for the scheme from Camden residents and planners.”