Frequently Asked Questions
How do I find out about job vacancies on-site? Please contact Maureen Stewart on 0207 974 5162
How do I find out more about the Development?
You can fill in the form opposite and we will email you back.
You can call the freephone helpline on 0800 328 8840.
You can visit the King's Cross Marketing Suite and Visitor's Centre at the German Gymnasium on Pancras Road. It is located opposite the domestic entrance to St Pancras International Station.
You can visit the marketing and information website at www.kingscrosscentral.com
What accommodation will be for sale or rent on the Development?
Some 2,000 homes and serviced apartments are planned with 950 homes available for open market sale or rent. They include a mix of studios, one, two, three and four bed homes.
44% of the homes will offer a range of affordable housing options.
For more information please contact the residential agent, Knight Frank, on 0207 173 4999.
Who is responsible for the development at King’s Cross?
King’s Cross is being developed by the King's Cross Central Limited Partnership, which brings together:
The four principal contractors are BAM Construction, BAM Nuttall, Carillion and Kier.
How do I go about acquiring office space?
The development at King's Cross will provide some 4.9 million sq ft of office space from small business units to 35,000 sq ft floorplate buildings.
For more information please contact our office agents Savills (0207 499 8644) or DTZ (0207 710 8000).
What retail opportunities will there be at King's Cross?
Up to 500,000 sq ft of retail space is available, from the finest the High Street has to offer, to locally run and independent shops, boutique units and convenience stores.
Please contact the retail agent, Lunson Mitchenall, on 0207 478 4950 for more information.
How do I enroll for a course at the new Construction Skills Centre on York Way? Please contact Maureen Stewart on 0207 974 5162.
How will I be affected by any temporary footpath or road closures? If any rights of way are going to be temporarily closed then notices will be displayed giving plenty of warning. Alternative routes will also be shown.
Are you monitoring noise and dust in the area?
All construction at King’s Cross has strict environmental conditions to adhere to such as operating times, noise levels and air quality.
Permanent noise and air quality monitors have been set up around the site and the data is checked by the London Boroughs of Camden and Islington to ensure compliance.
When is Goods Way going to be open fully again?
Your original flyer said would be closed till NOVEMBER 2011 it is now 21st of DECEMBER.
The programme for works to Goods Way is discussed at our regular meetings with LBC Highways and stakeholders in the other major construction projects in the area including Network Rail (who attend the meetings).
The original intention was to re-open Goods Way before Christmas but the work has taken longer than anticipated because of delays to the diversions of existing utilities and the gas relocation works. For some months the new re-opening date has been programmed for the end of January 2012 and we hope to be able to keep to this. The contractor will be reviewing his programme after the Christmas break and details will be posted on our website.
We apologies for the delays and hope to get things back to normal as soon as possible.