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The wider masterplan

In 2010, outline planning permission was secured for a £4 billion masterplan of Brent Cross Cricklewood to create a new town centre, including 841,615 sq ft of retail space, 7,500 homes, 27,000 jobs, three re-built schools and new parks and community facilities. An additional train station on the Thameslink line, and major road and public transport improvements, are also major features of the plans.

  • Brent Cross CGI (May 2018)

The masterplan for Brent Cross Cricklewood covers 141 hectares (370 acres) with the iconic Brent Cross London as the focal point.

Hammerson and Aberdeen Standard Investments will deliver the northern half of the site, Brent Cross London, while Argent Related and the London Borough of Barnet will deliver the southern half, Brent Cross South.



Timeline

July 2014 London Borough of Barnet resolved to grant a revised outline planning permission for the whole regeneration area, Brent Cross Cricklewood
March 2015 London Borough of Barnet resolved to make a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) to assist with the land assembly for the initial phases of the development
May to Oct 2015 London Borough of Barnet granted approval to a series of Reserved Matter Applications for Phase 1A North, which comprise all the highways infrastructure to support Brent Cross London, the northern part of the regeneration area, which will also provide the key highways infrastructure for Brent Cross South
May 2016

London Borough of Barnet held the CPO inquiry

November 2016 Public consultation began on the emerging designs for Phase 1B North, which is the development of Brent Cross London - including the new retail and leisure destination 
May 2017 Submission of the Reserved Matter Applications for Phase 1B North
October 2017 Detailed planning consent granted for Brent Cross London
December 2017

Secretary of State approved the CPO granted to the London Borough of Barnet

July 2018 

The decision was taken to defer the start on site for the development works due to increased market risks in the UK with the intention to start once conditions are more settled. Construction timescales will be confirmed in due course.