What is happening in South Kilburn

The South Kilburn Programme is a 15 year programme that is almost half way through. It aims to transform the area into a sustainable and mixed neighbourhood and create a real sense of place and belonging.

The Masterplan aims to deliver the following:

  • 2,400 new high quality homes of which around 1,400 will be made available to existing South Kilburn existing secure tenants 
  • A new larger high quality urban park and improved public realm
  • A new primary school and health facilities
  • New retail facilities
  • Improved environmental standards and a site-wide energy solution

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Latest News


2021


The Final Online Public Exhibition for Carlton Vale Boulevard (CVB)

The Final Online Public Exhibition for Carlton Vale Boulevard (CVB) will be taking place on Tuesday 27 July and Thursday 29 July 2021. The consultation sessions will be taking place 6pm to 8pm on both days. Carlton Vale is set to be transformed into an ecologically diverse, tree-lined avenue with re-imagined public spaces and improved transportation links.

To register and for further information on the delivery of CVB forms part of Phase 3b of the South Kilburn Regeneration Programme please visit GM Design Associates’ website.


Second Public Exhibition for Carlton Vale Boulevard, South Kilburn

The Second Online Public Exhibition for Carlton Vale Boulevard (CVB)will be taking place on Tuesday 11 May and Thursday 13 May 2021. The consultation sessions will be taking place at 6pm - 8pm on both days.

Carlton Vale is set to be transformed into an ecologically diverse, tree-lined avenue with re-imagined public spaces and improved transportation links.

To register and for further information please visit GM Design Associates’ website. The delivery of CVB forms part of Phase 3b of the South Kilburn Regeneration Programme.

The South Kilburn Regeneration Team will provide further information on future sessions and initiatives for the project once the times, details and dates have been agreed.


Hereford and Exeter Final Public Exhibition

The final public exhibition is now live for the Hereford House and Exeter Court project. View the exhibition and make sure to check out the exhibition boards, summary booklet, and flythrough video! The entire project team would welcome any feedback, so please make sure to leave any comments.


Second Online Public Exhibition for ‘Craik Court, Crone Court and Zangwill House Site’, South Kilburn

The Second Online Public Exhibition for the ‘Craik Court, Crone Court and Zangwill House Site’, together defined as the ‘CCZ Site’, took place on Tuesday 09 March 2021 and Thursday 11 March 2021 and had a total of four sessions. The second online consultation sessions were held at 3pm to 5pm and 6pm to 8pm on both days.

If you were unable to attend the sessions, please visit Pollard Thomas Edwards architects’ website where you can view the online exhibition, find out more information and provide feedback.

The delivery of the ‘CCZ site’ forms part of Phase 6 of the South Kilburn Regeneration Programme. The South Kilburn Regeneration Team will provide further information on future sessions and initiatives for the project once the times, details and dates have been agreed.


Complete two surveys for a chance to win a Teclast X4 2 in 1 Touchscreen Tablet!

We are launching a new competition to get your views on social value and Broadband. Complete the below surveys for a chance to win a new Teclast X4 11.6 Inch 2 in 1 Touchscreen Tablet!

The surveys will close on 15 January 2021 at 5pm.

This prize draw is only open to South Kilburn council tenants within the regeneration area. Please complete both surveys to be entered into the prize draw
The prize has been donated by Telford Homes UK.

Complete two surveys for a chance to win a new Lenovo Tab M8 (2nd Gen) FHD tablet

We are launching a competition to get your views on broadband and social value. Complete both surveys for a chance to win  a new Lenovo Tab M8 (2nd Gen) FHD tablet.

Surveys will close on 14 September at 5pm


2020


First Public Exhibition for ‘Craik Court, Crone Court and Zangwill House Site’, South Kilburn

The First Public Exhibition for the ‘Craik Court, Crone Court and Zangwill House Site’, together defined as the ‘CCZ Site’, took place on Tuesday 24 November 2020 and Thursday 26 November 2020 and had a total of four sessions. The first online consultation sessions where held at 3pm to 5pm and 6pm to 8pm on both days.

If you were unable to attend the session please visit the Pollard Thomas Edwards architects’ (PTEa) website where you can view the online exhibition, find out more information and provide feedback.

The delivery of the ‘CCZ site’ forms part of Phase 6 of the South Kilburn Regeneration Programme. The South Kilburn Regeneration Team will provide further information on future sessions and initiatives for the project once the times, details and dates have been agreed.


South Kilburn Community Cookbook - Get Involved!

As part of the Land North of Chippenham Gardens scheme, in August 2020 Brent Council in partnership with Higgins and NewmanFrancis launched the start of the ‘South Kilburn Community Cookbook’ project. The project is a unique and exciting opportunity for South Kilburn residents to share their favourite recipe and narrative that represents their cultural heritage. The book launch event in Summer 2021 will celebrate the publication of this creative and distinctive ‘South Kilburn Community Cookbook’!

If you are a South Kilburn resident and want the chance to get involved, please submit your recipe through NewmanFrancis’ website.

Please note the ‘South Kilburn Community Cookbook’ project is being led by NewmanFrancis on behalf of Higgins as part of their social value delivery. Higgins are Brent Council’s delivery partner for the Land North of Chippenham Gardens project.


Public Exhibition for Carlton Vale Boulevard, South Kilburn

The First Online Public Exhibition for Carlton Vale Boulevard (CVB) will be taking place on Thursday 17 December 2020 from 3pm to 5pm and 6pm to 8pm.

Carlton Vale is set to be transformed into an ecologically diverse, tree-lined avenue with re-imagined public spaces and better transport links.

The delivery of CVB forms part of Phase 3b of the South Kilburn Regeneration Programme.

The South Kilburn Regeneration Team will provide further information on future sessions and initiatives for the project once the times, details and dates have been agreed

To register and for further information please visit GM Design Associates’ website  


Carlton & Granville

Planning application was approved by Planning Committee in January 2020. Find out what Phases 1 and 2 will deliver


Land north of Chippenham Gardens

Redevelopment of the site has taken a major step forwards, as the Council has awarded a contract for a Delivery Partner to Higgins Group Plc, which will partner with Octavia Housing. Find out more about what the Land North of Chippenham Gardens will deliver


2019


Peel

Development works began in August 2019, with the hoarding area already on site. Find out what Peel will deliver and what is happening next


Residents' Ballot

The council held a residents’ ballot in South Kilburn in autumn 2019 to make sure that the community continued to support the award-winning regeneration of the estate. 

The result saw residents overwhelmingly back the council’s plans to rebuild the neighbourhood. 84% of residents voted Yes in the ballot, with 72% of residents taking part in the vote.


Gloucester & Durham

The appointed developer for this scheme is Telford Homes Plc. The works are now well underway, with new homes being completed in phases from 2020. The new Gloucester & Durham redevelopment will be renamed Unity Place. All 235 units will now be Council properties. Find out what will be be delivered and what is happening next


Housing Allocation Policy

On 17 June 2019 the Council’s Cabinet agreed to amend the Housing Allocations Policy recognising that households living in temporary accommodation, on an estate being regenerated, are part of the community.  Therefore, they should have the same access to a new permanent home built on the estate as council tenants do. If you are impacted by this change, you will have received a confirmation letter.