Welcome to our consultation website for the St Pancras Hospital redevelopment.
King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP) and Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I), part of the North London Mental Health Partnership (NLMHP), are working together to bring forward a vision to redevelop the St Pancras Hospital site, in order to provide exceptional clinical care in modern, accessible and sustainable mental health facilities in the local area, and deliver a place which is accessible and welcoming to all.
We want the St Pancras Hospital site to be an environment for everyone – a place that is open and accessible for all. Our ambition is to promote the physical and mental wellbeing of those living, working and visiting the area, through open space, workspace, and homes alongside new modern clinical buildings.
Following two rounds of public consultation, five pop-ups at local festivals and events, and fifteen stakeholder meetings, we have been working with our team of architects to refine the masterplan, ensuring that it reflects the needs and feedback of the local community. Since we last met with the wider community in May, we have made progress on the detailed design of the masterplan and we have now launched our third and final consultation ahead of submitting a formal planning application next spring.
On this website, you can find out more about C&I and King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership, learn about the history of the site and existing facilities, check dates for upcoming events and share your thoughts on the scheme as it develops.
Join us at our next consultation events
Join us at a series of in-person and online events to see the detailed design proposals and provide further feedback:
Wednesday 29 November, 2pm to 7pm
at The Living Centre, 2 Ossulston Street, NW1 1DF
Thursday 30 November from 12pm to 1pm
Online webinar via Zoom – sign up here
Tuesday 5 December from 2.30pm to 6pm
at St Pancras Community Association, 67 Plender Street, NW1 0LB
View the information presented at our consultation sessions here.
Share your thoughts here.
The South Wing
The Residence Building