The Crown Estate
The Grade II listed former Regent Palace Hotel was restored and developed as the centrepiece of The Crown Estate’s wider Quadrant development at the southern end of Regent Street, London. AirW1 formally the Regent Palace Hotel was built at the same time of the Strand Palace Hotel in 1915.
Paye were employed as trade contractor by The Crown Estate to carry out £8m worth of terracotta repair damaged by corroded steelwork along with replacement and new lead capping to cornices.
The three retained corners maintain the architectural cohesion of the site and its historic urban vistas.