What is happening in South Kilburn


Public Exhibition – Discharge of Planning Condition 11 - Adopted Highway Land (Chippenham Gardens)

The Council held a Public Exhibition on Monday 12 March 2018 to showcase the proposals for the discharge of condition 11 for the enhancement of the adopted highway located at Chippenham Gardens. Thank you all of those who attended the event. For those of who could not make the event please see the Exhibition Boards.

For any further information, please contact Brent Customer Services on 020 8937 1234 and ask for the South Kilburn Estate Regeneration Team .

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South Kilburn Supplementary Planning Document 2017

The South Kilburn Supplementary Planning Document was adopted by the Council in June 2017. It supplements London and Brent planning policies. It provides greater detail on how it is anticipated the South Kilburn Growth Area will be regenerated in the coming years. It was informed by the The six month strategic Masterplan Review 2016.

Woodhouse Urban Park - wins New London Architecture Award Built Winner (Public Space 2017)

Built as part of the South Kilburn Regeneration Project, this park has won a number of prestigious awards last year and so far this year has been awarded the Buily Winner for Public Space 2017 at the New London Architecture Awards 2017 and Highly Commended Awarded for Regeneration London RICS 2017. Receiving the highly commended award is a recognition of a high level of achievement from within the industry.

This is a fantastic achievement for the team working on the South Kilburn Regeneration Programme at Brent Council. Woodhouse Urban Park was already very popular with residents. However, these awards show the industry-wide recognition of the high quality standards and work that has been delivered for the community which is sustainable for the long term, and creates a sense of place where people love to live.

View more information about Woodhouse Urban Park.

Nomadic Gardens - Temporary Meanwhile Project - until Feb / March 2018

For a temporary and short period of time, a meanwhile project will be held for the community on the site where the Keniston Press building once stood. There will be a range of exciting new concepts and opportunities for you to be involved in, before the wider Queens Park/Cullen House Project comes forward for redevelopment later this year to early next year 2018.

The gardens will be officially closing in Feb/March 2018 in order to prepare for the wider redevelopment. Jimmy and Dan who run the temporary Nomadic Gardens will be in contact regarding the exit strategy closer to the time of closure and we will continue to keep residents updated about timings so there is adequate notice.

Activities at the Gardens include:

  • Grow Boxes – Flowers and Vegetables Fruit
  • Street Artists
  • Seating Areas
  • Urban Bees
  • Urban Butterflies
  • Bird Boxes
  • Sculptures

And much more!

The Gardens where opened on the 10 June 2017 to the public at a Grand Opening Event:

The hours of opening will be Tuesday-Sunday 9-7pm and are run by the Nomadic Gardens the contacts are Jimmy and Dan.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Location: Nomadic Gardens, Old Keniston Press site 50 Claremont Road W9 3DZ

Closest Tube: Queen Park 

For more information about please contact the Estate Regeneration Team on 0208 937 6140 and ask for Daniel Bailey. 

Granville Centre consultation

We want to hear your views on the plans to upgrade the Granville Centre.

Consultation took place on Wednesday 14 June at the Granville Centre from 3pm to 8pm.

If you are unable to attend the exhibition boards can be viewed and commented on online at http://granville.rcka.co.uk from the 24 May to 2 June.

Peel - Planning Committee resolved to grant planning permission (February 2017)

On the 15 of February 2017 Planning Committee resolved to grant planning permission for the Peel site.

View more information about the project.


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Other ways to find out what's going on you can:

For more information please see: https://www.brent.gov.uk/woodhouseurbanpark