History Of The Scheme

The Brent Cross Cricklewood (BXC) regeneration scheme is made up of three interrelated projects:

  1. Brent Cross South, a new mixed-use town centre
  2. an additional Thameslink station, Brent Cross West; and
  3. the redevelopment of Brent Cross shopping centre and delivery of related infrastructure

The whole BXC masterplan area covers around 370 acres (151 hectares) across both sides of the North Circular Road (A406) at its intersection with the M1; the north and south areas will be linked by a new pedestrian bridge across the North Circular Road.

In 2010, the comprehensive redevelopment of the Brent Cross Cricklewood (BXC) regeneration area, of which Brent Cross South is a part, was granted to Hammerson and Standard Life Investments (HSL).

In 2014, a revised (Section 73) planning permission was approved which split the BXC site along the North Circular Road so that a third development partner could take the lead in delivering the southern(BXS) portion of the site. In 2015, Barnet Council selected Argent Related as its preferred development partner for Brent Cross South.

Although this Outline Permission provides a clear set of guidelines for Brent Cross South, it is also the starting point for more detailed design work, currently underway, which forms the basis for community engagement and consultation on the evolving plans.

Aerial photo of the Brent Cross South development site

Aerial photo of the Brent Cross South development site

Aerial photo of the Brent Cross South development site

Aerial photo of the Brent Cross South development site

Visualisations of Plot 11, Brent Cross South

Visualisations of Plot 11, Brent Cross South

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Aerial view of the Clitterhouse Playing Fields, Whitefields and Brent Cross Shopping Centre

Early concept image of Brent Cross South