West Euston sits to the north of Euston Road between Regent’s Park and Euston Station, with 2,300 social housing units and 550 Peabody properties.
Drummond Street is a cultural haunt renowned for its great Asian restaurants and food culture. Diwana restaurant is famous for being the first South Indian Vegetarian restaurant to open in Britain in 1970.
The Crown and Anchor pub opened in the early 19th cenutry on the corner of Drummond and Store street.
More than 5,000 people come to work everyday at Regent's Place, a newly developed business park.
Regent's Park Ward draws its strength from the cultural vibrancy in the area and the diversity of the community.
Regent's Park is more ethnically diverse than the City as a whole. The ward is ranked in the top 2.0% of England according to the Diversity Index Score (ONS 2012).
Rates of income deprivation, crime, child poverty and health inequality are higher in Regent's Park ward than in neighbouring wards.
Our neighbourhood falls within the 10% most deprived areas in England.
Compared to the Camden average, there is a higher percentage of young people and children living in households with no adult in employment.
Youth unemplyoyment is high, with many people working in retail and social care.
Life expectancy in Regent’s Park Ward is less than in Hampstead, as more people have long term illnesses and more die of heart disease.
The One Stop Shop is on Hampstead Road, and shares land with Regent's Place business estate, owned by British Land.