Queens Park and Cullen House
The redevelopment site comprising of Cullen House, The Falcon Pub, Keniston Press (now demolished), Premier House and the Salusbury Road Car Park forms part of phase 3a/3b of the South Kilburn regeneration Programme.
The scheme has been designed by award winning architects Maccreanor Lavington and a multi-disciplinary design team which underwent an extensive and inclusive consultation process with existing residents and wider stakeholders.
The planning approved scheme comprises:
- 137 new high-quality homes (of which 39 new high-quality homes are for existing secure tenants of South Kilburn for affordable social rent).
- new office provision for Transport for London,
- commercial units,
- new enhanced public realm and wider landscape and highway improvements (including the redesign of the Salusbury Road gyratory)
As part of the South Kilburn Regeneration Decant Strategy some of the existing secure tenants from 1-8 Neville House, 1-64 Winterleys Court, 113-128 Carlton House and 1-71 Blake Court are expected to be rehoused within the new redevelopment
The Council is committed to delivering an accessible and varied range of social value and employment initiative for local residents as part of each development.
The Council is still working through a number of matters before the scheme can start to be redeveloped, so the scheme will not be starting on site until these matters have been resolved. (Exact timescales cannot be provided at this stage).
Following the resolution of these matters the Council will have to work through a procurement process to secure a contractor/developer partner in order to redevelop the site – from a timescale prospective will take a further number of months. (Exact timescales cannot be provided at this stage).
*The timescales indicated on the Councils website are indicative only and can be subject to change.
Should there be any changes to the project or updates and when the Council are in positon to confirm an envisaged start on site the Council will further notify and inform the community.
Our direct contact details are: ERSK@brent.gov.uk and phone number is: 0208 937 6140 if you require any further information.