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Work in Progress

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Over the last quarter there has been good progress on site at Queens Park Place…

The basement excavation has been completed and all three tower cranes are now installed and operational. The concrete frame is now under construction and has emerged well above the hoarding.

Stay tuned for further updates in 2015 as the development continues to take shape!

Superfast broadband at Queens Park Place…

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Thanks to Londonewcastle and Hyperoptic joining forces, Queens Park Place will be one of the UK’s best connected developments….

The installation of Hyperoptic fibre broadband services will enable you to connect to the internet on the day you move into your new home and experience the UK’s fastest residential speeds.

As an unique introductory offer, we have teamed up with Hyperoptic to offer you any broadband and phone free for the first three months after you move in. All installations are carried out by a specialist in-house engineering workforce ensuring that quality standards, and your expectations, are met.

Founded in 2011, Hyperoptic is the UK’s leading FTTH provider of gigabit services to residential developments. It offers a choice of three broadband speeds; 1Gig, 100Meg or 20Meg with the option of subscribing to phone services.

Hyperoptic has been named ‘Best Superfast Broadband’ twice in 2014 and 2013 from Internet Service Providers’ Association Awards, “Best Urban Network Enterprise” at the NextGen 12 Challenge Awards and “Most Innovative Provider 2013” by Broadband Genie.

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With the festive season almost upon us, there’s ample excuse for a food market…

So, why not take a trip to Queen’s Park this Sunday? Voted best farmers market in the UK in 2012, it’s certainly not short of stalls or range of produce and Queen’s Park’s farmers’ market fits in perfectly with its village-like community.

Expect free-range meat and poultry, fresh fish and organic vegetables – as well as an appealing array of treats to go…

Find out more

Every Sunday 10-2pm, Salusbury Road Primary School.

Find an apartment at Queens Park Place

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Visit to try out our new apartment finder function…

The apartment finder enables you to explore the plans of individual apartments for sale at Queens Park Place. Simply select the building, floor, then unit number you’re interested in and the foot print of the apartment will appear for your perusal.

To have a go click here

Queen’s Park Hospitality

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For a small corner of North West London, Queen’s Park offers an impressive selection of restaurants, bars and pubs that cater for all day eating or destination dinners – a number of which are deemed to be quite good…

Ostuni on Lonsdale Road serves traditional cuisine from Puglia, Italy (rated four stars by the Evening Standard last year);

Hugo’s is an organic led restaurant/café/bar with specialist brews and all day brunch.

The Alice House – the sister of original in West Hampstead – your typical gastro pub exposed brick walls, leather sofas, industrial light fittings and good food.

The Salusbury – under the same ownership since inception The Salusbury is going strong and has recently been named by the esteemed restaurant reviewer Faye Maschler as one of her “Evening Standard” top five gastro pubs in London.

High Praise indeed.

Queen’s Park Design District

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Last month the Queen’s Park Design District held its first event. Open studios, live design events, art installations, and workshops took place across the district from 15th-20th September.

The festival was a great success and the Union Jack flag project on Salusbury Road was the districts centrepiece. A number of world class designers exhibited their interpretations of the Union Jack including Bill Amberg, Christoph Behling, Tom Dixon, Ron Arad, Moritz Waldemeyer, Michiko Koshino, & Georgina Goodman.

The flags in their various forms lined Salusbury Road for the duration of the festival.

Queen’s Park Day

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This year Queen’s Park Day will take place on Sunday 14th September 2014. This popular community event is open to all and includes a variety of stalls and events, fancy dress, competitions and music on the bandstand.

Queen’s Park Day is a long established neighbourhood event that has been organised annually by the Queen’s Park Area Residents’ Association for over 20 years… 

Following on nicely…

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Queen’s Park is the latest edition to the London Design Festival and the Queen’s Park Design District is holding its first event in September encompassing a series of open studios, live design events, art installations, and workshops centred around Lonsdale Road.

As a design district, Queen’s Park is unique with its neighbourhood atmosphere. This villagelike creative community has attracted world renowned talent, and designers across all disciplines and platforms.

To get involved…

18th September, Late Night Open Studios and Drinks, 5pm-9pm

20th September, Daytime event and Open Studios, 11am-6pm


Design in residence

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Queen’s Park’s inconspicuous mews street, Lonsdale Road, has proved a favoured patch for a number of creative enterprises including architect’s practices, an interior design studio and a small interior design school…

Such residencies, many of which are longstanding as well as some more recent, are a clear testament to Queen’s Park’s wide reaching appeal.

The area has a strong presence of independent local businesses ranging from gyms/workout studios and beauty salons to restaurants and design practices, further emphasizing its popularity amongst professionals of all fields not only as a sought after place to live but also as a desirable place to work.




Model-turned-interior designer, Tamzin Greenhill, is behind the sleek metropolitan décor of new development Queens Park Place, London;

Tell us about your design process for Queens Park Place.
It was simple, classic timeless design, which is the way I approach all my projects, I hate to be too trendy and “of the moment” as your design can quickly look out of style.

What do you think is the best thing about the Queen’s Park area?
It is really super central, has a gorgeous park, lots of cute cafes, restaurants and shops, and has a real community. Fabulous for every age group. I bought my first apartment there when I was 24.

What is your favourite feature of the apartments?
I like the floor to ceiling windows and fabulous views.

3 words to describe your style?
Chic, timeless, layered.

In what ways do your designs reflect your personality?
I like order and symmetry, this helps me feel balanced, I hate clutter, it makes me crazy.

You have impressive achievements in modeling and designing, what is your proudest career moment?

My apartment was featured on the cover of US ELLE DÉCOR, it is really like doing the front cover of USA Vogue if you are a model, I was super proud of myself – it’s a huge design achievement.

Read the full article featured in Loft Asia here