In June the team behind Brent Cross South, the 180-acre new town centre development north of Cricklewood, launched a £25,000 community fund to support local initiatives celebrating or improving the local area. It can now announce the first 10 projects to be funded via the pilot; they range from a scheme to build an exciting outdoor activity area for local…Read More
Planning permission to deliver a new neighbourhood park has been approved for Brent Cross South. Plans for Claremont Park – designed by Townshend Landscape Architects – include a range of features such as new play areas, park furniture, a pond, fencing and shared pedestrian and cycling routes. Some key design elements include: Space and equipment for exercise, play and leisure…Read More
Argent Related Joint CEO receives top industry award
Argent Related Joint CEO David Partridge received the Outstanding Contribution to Property award at the 2019 Estates Gazette Awards. The prize was in recognition of David’s three decades in the industry working primarily in London, Manchester and Birmingham.
Brent Cross South (BXS), the 180-acre new town centre development north of Cricklewood, has launched a £25,000 community fund to support local initiatives which aim to celebrate or improve the area. Offering grants of up to £3,000, the BXS Community Fund opened for applications on 20th May and will select its first round of recipients in early July. The Fund…Read More
BAM Nuttall selected for Brent Cross South
Brent Cross South selects BAM Nuttall as its preferred infrastructure contractor.
Vattenfall has been selected as the preferred partner to deliver the district heating infrastructure for Argent Related and Barnet Council’s 180-acre development of Brent Cross South in Barnet, North London. The new district heating network will serve the 6,700 new homes in the Brent Cross South neighbourhood using a mix of low carbon plant which will include the UK’s largest…Read More
BPF to partner with government at MIPIM
The British Property Federation (BPF) is partnering with the government at MIPIM this month with the aim of driving public-partnerships across the UK. The BPF’s Melanie Leech and David Partridge, made the announcement at King’s Cross.