The Burnt Oak and Colindale Growth Area, on the boundary between Brent and Barnet, forms part of the Burnt Oak/Colindale Opportunity Area in the London Plan.
Burnt Oak and Colindale is identified as a suitable location for the construction of new homes to accommodate population growth and demand for housing. The GLA believes regeneration is an opportunity to provide a major boost to business and employment in the local area.
The majority of new development, 10,000 of the 12,500 new homes, will be built in Barnet and policy and guidance on this is set out in Barnet's Colindale Area Action Plan (AAP), adopted in March 2010.
In Brent, the Burnt Oak and Colindale growth area brings together sites along the western edge of the Edgware Road, the A5 corridor, in between Burnt Oak and The Hyde Town Centres.
New schemes coming forward in Burnt Oak and Colindale include:
The Northern Quarter
Partially completed, TNQ NW9 is a new development of 460 apartments with new retail and leisure facilities. View more information.
399 is a new development of 183 apartments and townhouses, shops and restaurants, set in the heart of the former Oriental City site, Colindale, NW9 with Bang Bang Oriental, Morrison’s and Loon Fung Supermarket in the adjacent area.
Schemes recently completed include:
Silverworks is a new development in Colindale, NW9 set to comprise a selection of one, two and three bedroom apartments in various multi-level blocks, as well as six townhouses with 256sqm of affordable workspace.