Bridge Park redevelopment

Bridge Park redevelopment

Brent Council is working with the owners of the Unisys site situated adjacent to the Bridge Park Community Leisure Centre in Stonebridge on exciting proposals to regenerate the site for new homes, businesses and a replacement leisure centre.

Background

In June 2013, Brent Council looked at options for developing the Unisys and Bridge Park sites for residential and commercial development to fund a new sports centre. In February 2014, council consulted with the public on four options for the layout of the new facility. Option three was chosen and includes a swimming pool – a feature that the current facility does not have.

What’s next?

  • Sign the Conditional Land Sale Agreement (CLSA)
  • Progress plans for the new leisure centre and re-development proposals
  • Further consultation events with the public 

Information about public consultation dates will be publicised widely. 

Contact

For further information about the project contact

  • Project Manager- Tanveer Ghani 
  • Email- Tanveer.ghani@brent.gov.uk

FAQs

When will the current Bridge Park Community Leisure Centre close? 

 The council has not made a decision on whether or not to close Bridge Park Community Leisure Centre.

Is the council selling Bridge Park to developers? 

Yes - the Council has entered in to a Conditional Land Sale Agreement (CLSA) with the owners of the adjacent ex-Unisys site. Please refer to the reports highlighted in the ‘Things to Read’ section for further information about the CLSA.

Will customers be consulted about the closure of Bridge Park Community Leisure Centre? 

Yes – customers will be consulted if/when a decision has been made on whether to close Bridge Park Community Leisure Centre.

Further details about the consultation format will be made available if/when a decision has been made on whether to close Bridge Park Community Leisure Centre.