Developer gets consent for latest phase of huge redevelopment at Wembley Park
Developer Quintain has been granted planning permission to build almost 1,000 more homes in the latest phase of its giant redevelopment of the Wembley Park area of north-west London.
The Fulton Quarter scheme will contain 995 homes and 6,600 sq m of employment space, enough to provide approximately 300 jobs.
The London Borough of Brent resolved to grant permission for the development on Wednesday night. The GRID Architects-designed scheme means Quintain will ultimately oversee the building of 8,400 homes in the area.
The firm said that 3,200 homes were already under construction, with 1,700 rental homes set to be delivered next year.
All of the flats, which will range from studio flats to four-bed dwellings, will have balconies, the developer said.
James Saunders, CEO at Quintain said: “The beautifully designed Fulton Quarter development will create a stunning new gateway into the Wembley Park neighbourhood.”
Colin Veitch, director at GRID Architects, said the scheme would establish a new quarter close to the tube station with a different character to the rest of the development. It would feature a high-quality public realm, office and retail space and new homes with views of Wembley stadium.