Public consultation begins into the latest phase of Wembley Park regeneration

The regeneration of Wembley Park will cost �3.4billion

The regeneration of Wembley Park will cost �3.4billion - Credit: Archant

A public consultation into the latest phase of the £3.4billion regeneration of Wembley Park has been launched today.

Quintain are consulting on the South West Lands site

Quintain are consulting on the South West Lands site - Credit: Archant

Developers Quintain are inviting residents to see their plans for the South West Lands at a public exhibition until Saturday.

The proposals include 850 new homes, retails shops and affordable office workspaces.

Visitors to the exhibition will be invited to give feedback on the plans to help with future designs for the site.

Members of the project team will also be on hand at to answer questions.


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James Saunders, Quintain’s chief operating officer, said: “Quintain is passionate about the part it is playing in Wembley Park’s transformation from an event day location into a vibrant and attractive every day destination that residents can be proud of.

“Our latest plans extend the already visible regeneration benefits further south and will create a new residential community that includes new homes, hotel and office accommodation with affordable workspace, retail units, beautiful green spaces and improved links through to Wembley High Road.”

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The exhibition will take place in the Foyer of the SSE Arena (Wembley Arena) today until 8pm, tomorrow from 10am-6pm, and on Saturday at the Quintain offices on Exhibition Way, Wembley, from 10am-2pm.

A planning application will be submitted to Brent Council before the end of the year.

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