Wembley Park is a place to live, work, shop and play. Wembley Park is the biggest ‘build to rent’ site in the UK, with 5,000 apartments schedule to be delivered by 2026.
Developers Quintain purchased the land around Wembley Stadium in 2002 and have designed a masterplan for the comprehensive redevelopment of the Wembley Park area. To date over £2.5bn has been invested in the area, providing new homes, new jobs and supporting infrastructure.
The London Designer Outlet opened in 2013, with over 70 outlet shops, restaurants and coffee shops, a 9-screen Cineworld and play park. The LDO has brought over 1,000 new jobs to Wembley Park and continues to draw in international visitors.
The Yellow is Wembley Park’s first new community centre and provides a social space for local people offering a range of activities and courses.
Boxpark Wembley – the third and largest to date in London – launched in Wembley Park in December 2018. Boxpark has a vast selection of independent street food and a programme of regular events.
The regeneration of Wembley Park continued with the opening of the Troubadour Theatre in 2019 and Network Homes move to the Hive office building in 2020. Works have now started on delivery of a 7 acre park.
Union Park is a new seven-acre park that will feature a bandstand, children’s play areas, sports zones and a relaxing urban meadow. It is the first major park to open in the neighbourhood in 150 years.