Wembley Park Gate holds an enviable location


Barratt London’s Wembley Park Gate is a good spot in the major regeneration.

Wembley Park Gate, due to complete in March 2017, is Barratt London’s new development of 211 new homes located in heart of one of the London’s major regeneration projects and next to the iconic arch of Wembley Stadium.

Wembley Stadium, officially known as the Empire Stadium, is home to sporting events and music concerts. Excitement is looming in the Capital with England hosting the Rugby World Cup 2015, and the first two matches will be held at Wembley Stadium. Aside from the well-known stadium, Wembley is now home to one of the largest regeneration projects in the country. According to the Mayor of London “it can accommodate approximately 11,500 new homes and 10,000 new jobs through the development of sites along Wembley High Road and the land around Wembley Stadium”. The Brent Business Hub has also been established to provide advice to small companies and entrepreneurs looking to grow to further encourage the expansion of Wembley’s burgeoning local economy.

Over the last ten years, the area around the stadium, known as Wembley Park, has benefited from billions of pounds of investment in transport infrastructure, new housing, leisure facilities and the surrounding public realm. Residents at Wembley Park Gate will be able to move into a new neighbourhood with a wealth of amenities on their doorstep from the outset.

Wembley Park is already home to The London Designer Outlet with 70 retailers, 15 restaurants and a nine screen Cineworld cinema. A new Hilton Hotel opened in 2012 and the Brent Civic Centre relocated a year later to a new building that is also home to the Wembley Library. There are a number of landscaped gardens and play spaces within Wembley Park, but nearby Fryent Country Park – a Local Nature Reserve which is little more than a mile away – offers 254 acres of rolling fields, ponds and woods.