Brent Cross London

Brent Cross NW4
C3EF2SG
Mixed use

Key Details

Address
Prince Charles Drive, London NW4 3FP
Retails
200
Venues
60
Use Classes
C3, E, F2, SG
Website

Overview

Brent Cross London is a mixed-use redevelopment by Hammerson and Standard Life Investments in Brent Cross, London NW4.

Brent Cross London is the northern element of the wider £4.5bn regeneration plan for Brent Cross and Cricklewood.

The development will include the refurbishment of Brent Cross Shopping Centre, creation of new pedestrian routes, bus stops, retail premises, homes, and improved public spaces.

The regeneration of Brent Cross will double the size of the existing centre to 2 million sq ft of retail and leisure space. In addition to the ‘state of the art’ leisure and cinema offer, the plans include up to 150 new retail stores and 50 new restaurants, hotel accommodation and improved public spaces including a new town square. The plans also include a relocated and enlarged bus station as well as improved transport and highways infrastructure.

Designed by award-winning architects: Callison RTKL and Chapman Taylor, the proposed development will see Brent Cross Shopping Centre double in size to around 2 million sq ft with 7,600 car parking spaces to become a world-class retail-led, mixed-use destination.

Brent Cross was the first American-style shopping mall in the UK when it opened in 1976. John Lewis and Fenwick will be retained and a new Marks & Spencer anchor store will be delivered. All three were part of the original Brent Cross when it opened 41 years ago.

Subject to planning consent, preliminary work on the development could start as early as summer 2018.

History

The current centre, an iconic part of the local community for over 40 years, will remain open as usual throughout the development programme, begins in 2018.

2017 May - Hammerson and Standard Life Investments submit detailed plans for Brent Cross Shopping Centre redevelopment. The plans, submitted to Barnet Council, envisage the refurbishment and extension of the shopping centre introducing more than 200 new retail stores, 60 restaurants, a state of the art cinema complex, hotel accommodation, a new town square, a relocated and enlarged bus station as well as improved public spaces.

Site & Location

Transport

TUBE
Brent Cross Underground StationNorthern
BUS
Brent Cross Shopping Centre102, 143, 186, 189, 210, 232, 324, 326, 643, C11, 112, 142, 182, 266, 611, N266

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Timeline

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Disclaimer

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