Sitting to the south of the Regent’s Canal is Pancras Square. Designed by Townshend Landscapes Architects, the landscape has been designed to accommodate the triangular form of the area.
Our works involved installing the hard landscape design and soft landscape plant palette which included 1,600 herbaceous plants such as Aquilegia vulgaris 'Ruby Port' and Tellima grandiflora, 1,600 Evergreens with plants such as Polystichum aculeatum making up a strong display, 500 Molinia caerulea 'Edith Dudszus' grasses, and 1,400 Buxus sempervirens, cherry trees, Viburnums, Sweet Gum and Katsura trees.
Along with the series of pools cascading through the park, the idea of the design was to give seasonal interest and colour for the public and offering a tranquil area to enjoy.
Over looking the Square is the Pancras Building which houses a number of corporate companies. Very early on in the development we installed a roof garden which is now a very mature, quiet and relaxing area for the building occupants.