A new public square for London gets the go ahead

A NEW PUBLIC SQUARE FOR LONDON GETS THE GO AHEAD

Pancras Square, a world-class public square designed by Townshend Landscape Architects has been given detailed planning permission by Camden Council.

Pancras Square will have a terraced water feature surrounded by mature trees, seating and public art. The square will provide space for people from the surrounding buildings and a route to the pedestrian bridge crossing the Regent's Canal, linking the southern part of the site to Granary Square - another new public space being created at King's Cross Central.