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Plans presented for £1.4bn Brent Cross redevelopment

by Paul Addison on May 25, 2017 No comments

Barnet Council have received an application for a £1.4 billion regeneration of the Brent Cross Shopping Centre in North London.

This is alongside the already standing outline planning consent that was awarded in 2010 to the developers Hammerson and Standard Life Investments.

The current centre was developed in 1976.

The plans imply that it will be renovated along with an extension which will be bringing:

  • over 200 retail shops,
  • 60 restaurants,
  • a cinema,
  • hotel accommodation,
  • a new town square.

If planning permission is granted, the plan is to relocate the bus station, as well as increasing it in size and public spaces being improved.

Architects Callison RTKL and Chapman Taylor designed the scheme.

The development could lead to the Brent Cross Shopping Centre doubling in size to roughly two million square feet.

Additionally, it will be providing 7,600 car parking spaces.

From the people who commented on the scheme, 88% said they were in favor of the proposals.

The development could commence by summer 2018 if the proposals are approved.

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Paul AddisonPlans presented for £1.4bn Brent Cross redevelopment

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