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Brent Council have released a video in support of their Borough of Culture bid, featuring a poem narrated by young people celebrating the cultural quality of the borough.
M&G Real Estate has agreed to fund Sunbel Developments’ 148 build-to-rent scheme in Wembley.
Brent Council has opened a consultation on plans for the Bridge Park leisure centre and neighbouring Unisys site in Stonebridge Park.
A partnership between Brent Council and Somali businessmen Ahmed and Yusaf is improving the look of Wembley High Road.
1st Way Campus, a mixed use office and student development in Wembley Park, is on the market, it is reported.
Arts organisation Second Floor Studios & Arts (SFSA) has announced a deal to provide affordable studio space for artists, makers and designers in Wembley Park.
Brent Council’ empty property team have helped a small developer realise his derelict warehouse project.
The South Kilburn Studios on Canterbury Road, now an established creative and entrepreneurial venue, is to move from its temporary home.
Boxpark and Quintain have announced a joint venture to open Boxpark Wembley.
The leader of Brent Council Cllr Muhammed Butt cut the ribbon at the official reopening of the refurbished Best Western Plus London Wembley Hotel.
Network Homes and Quintain have announced a partnership to deliver 252 new affordable homes across Wembley Park.
Quintain’s investment at Wembley Park has passed £1bn for the first time, as the company commits to take it past £2bn.
IV Real Estate has acquired Argo Studios in South Kilburn.
Quintain has submitted outline plans for the Fulton Road section of their Wembley Park development.
Quintain’s Wembley Park development – the biggest development of homes built specifically for private rent in the UK – is set to receive a £65 million boost from the government.
Converse is opening its first retail store in the UK and has chosen London Designer Outlet (LDO) at Wembley Park.
Over 2,000 businesses in the Brent are set to benefit from a reduction in their business rates, thanks to a new Brent Council scheme approved by its Cabinet.
A range of fire safety improvements, such as sprinklers, smoke detectors and fire alarms, is set to be rolled out in high-rise tower blocks in Brent after a multi-million pound package was backed by councillors.
The programme of Government testing on cladding materials on tower blocks has failed several buildings in West London.
Quintain has awarded McLaren two significant contracts at Wembley Park.