Local regeneration and growth areas

Local regeneration and growth areas

Find out how we are improving housing, businesses and facilities across the borough
View a map showing all the regeneration projects happening across Brent
Alperton House

Alperton

Providing over 5,000 new homes, as well as a major boost to business and employment opportunities
New Bridge Park 2

Bridge Park

Development of a new community centre with improved facilities, community space and modern workspaces
Burnt Oak and Colindale

Burnt Oak and Colindale

Providing new homes and a major boost to business and employment in the local area
Church End development

Church End

Church End is being promoted for mixed use regeneration, set around the economic revitalisation of the local centre 
Neasden tube station sign

Neasden Stations Growth Area 

Supporting business growth and jobs, alongside at least 2,000 new homes, including new affordable homes
An artists impression of Northwick Park

Northwick Park

Delivering private and affordable housing, shared teaching space, and improved hospital and university facilities
Grand Union Street

Old Oak and Park Royal

Creating approx. 26,500 new homes and 36,500 new jobs in West London
CGI of Kilburn quarter development

South Kilburn

Transforming the area into a sustainable and mixed neighbourhood and create a real sense of place and belonging
Wembley skyline

Wembley

One of the largest regeneration projects in the country, Wembley truly lives up to the word ‘iconic.’