What is happening in Church End?
Church End is one of the priority areas in the borough. The area is currently home to a thriving market, green space and St Mary's Church.
Church End is being promoted for mixed use regeneration, set around the economic revitalisation of the local centre. The local economy will be re-energised, with the market in the heart of the area.
Church End provides the opportunity for additional housing and other facilities. Around 8 hectares of brownfield land will provide space for approximately 800 new homes by 2026.
The planned West London Orbital will make use of the existing Dudding Hill freight line and connect Church End, and wider Brent, with better connections to the rest of West London.
Schemes completed in Church End include Ebony Court and former Vicarage Road site. Both sites brought forward homes for market sale and that were affordable.
The Council is looking to bring forward the comprehensive redevelopment of land in Church End.
The land in Church Road car park has planning consent to build 99 new homes, a newly designed Market Square and a number of shop units for local businesses. The Council are currently reviewing the designs for the site to maximise land use. The improvement plan includes moving Church End Market to Neasden Town Centre on a temporary basis whilst construction of the new homes and market square take place.
Updates on the proposals will be provided here.