Upgrading the landscape at Barnet


Barnet Council has granted major upgrades to two green spaces.

Plans to improve two public open spaces have been given the seal of approval by Barnet Council. The planning committee have granted upgrades to both Clitterhouse Playing Fields – which will be re-designed to incorporate children’s play areas, community gardens, wildlife and a brand new pavilion – and Claremont Way Open Space, which is set to become a vast park area particularly for children’s play facilities and food areas.

According to Barnet Council the two upgrades “are the first stage of improvements to open spaces within the Brent Cross Cricklewood masterplan, which will eventually deliver an additional 22 acres, equivalent to 15 full size football pitches, when complete”.

Barratt London’s Hendon Waterside is an impressive regeneration development set within 170 hectares of beautiful green surroundings overlooking the Welsh Harp reservoir and just 30 minutes from central London. The two new landscaped spaces will give residents at Hendon Waterside added value to their property and beneficial to outdoor and active living. Once completed over 2,000 one, two and three-bedroom homes, most with a private balcony or terrace, will be delivered.

The Vista is Barratt London’s latest collection of new apartments released at our Hendon Waterside development, which launched on 19 July has proven to be extremely popular. Made up of 142 apartments rising over 26-storeys, each apartment features two-bedrooms and two-bathrooms as well as a private balcony.

Hendon Waterside is a ten minute walk from Hendon Rail Station, with services to King's Cross St. Pancras taking just 17 minutes. Also close by is Hendon Central underground station, served by the Northern Line with services into the City and the West End taking less than 30 minutes.