HUB and Bridges have been granted consent by Brent Council for phase two of their Wembley Link redevelopment.
This phase will produce 256 homes in 17 and 19 storey buildings. Some are for rent and some for sale. The scheme links Wembley Stadium to Wembley town centre, and also icludes a new public garden.
Phase two bring back in to use a derelict area previously owned by Network Rail.
The first phase – the 239 home redevelopment of Chesterfield House, in two 26 and 21 storey buildings – is currently on site. The proposed phases three and four could produce a further 400 homes.
HUB managing director Steve Sanham said: “Wembley Link will provide high-quality, thoughtfully designed homes across a range of tenures, as well as much-needed green space to the wider community.”
Simon Ringer, partner and head of property funds at Bridges Fund Management, added: “As the population of London continues to grow, there’s a clear and urgent need for more high-quality, lower-cost housing. So we’re delighted to be teaming up with HUB again for this project in Brent.”