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London, UK

Euston Over-Site Development

A 60-acre transformation of the area will aim to reconnect neighbourhoods that have to date been divided by the station and its tracks.

Lendlease is the Government’s Master Development Partner for Euston. The company is responsible for developing a masterplan for the area above and around the stations.

Project at a glance

Euston Over-Site Development

Completion Date
Expected completion date FY2040

Project Categories
Development, Construction, Investment

Estimated Value
$11.2 billion total estimated development end value

Project Structure
Lendlease is the Master Development Partner

Project Scheme
Sustainable mixed use district to be delivered in multiple phases including the following indicative uses:

  • 335,000sqm office
  • 2,000 apartments
  • 65,000sqm retail

As at 31 Dec 2023. Estimated project value, details and completion date reported in Lendlease Full Year Results, 31 Dec 2023. Figures in AUD.

Project vision

Euston Over-Station Development will seek to harness the energy of one of the world’s busiest transport hubs to contribute to a local neighbourhood that is full of public life and joy.

We want to reunite the existing streets and neighbourhoods that have long been separated by infrastructure, complementing what is already exciting about Euston and providing a variety of spaces for people to live, work or relax that is welcoming for all.

At the heart of our vision is an aspiration for Euston to become an inclusive, globally connected community: connecting and collaborating with the area’s thought leading science, technology, design and arts clusters to grow brilliant minds, skills and ideas to meet the challenges that face our society and our planet.


Project outcome

We aspire for Euston Over-Station Development to be a sustainable development centred around a world class transport hub, designed to have a positive impact on the environment and society.

We will deliver:

  • High-quality urban design that is sensitive to the existing area and evolves with local input and engagement
  • New cafés, shops, community, leisure and cultural facilities
  • More opportunities to celebrate Euston’s incredible diversity, heritage, and identity
    2,000 new apartments
  • Safe, accessible and attractive streets that reconnect surrounding neighbourhoods, encouraging walking and cycling
  • A network of unique open green spaces and parks to support physical and mental well-being
  • A wide variety of new jobs and opportunities to learn new skills
  • Support for the local economy and new work places, ranging from small workshops to large offices.

Project highlights