Rebuilding Wembley

  • A residential development with up to 1,300 new homes
  • Complements the profile of the iconic Wembley stadium
  • New connections to the wider area

The regeneration of Wembley is hugely important for the borough. The plans will provide a boost to our local economy [...] and our residents will have a new neighbourhood where communities and local businesses can thrive.

Ann John OBE
Leader, Brent Council

Project Details

Location London, UK
Status On site
Sectors Urban design, Retail, Residential
Area 5.7 hectares/14 acres
Client Quintain Estates and Development

Car parks, warehouses and derelict plots used to populate this 5.7-hectare site to the north-west of London’s Wembley Stadium – poor use of a rich location, in our opinion. We’re fully regenerating the neighbourhood, giving it a high-quality overhaul that will bring it in line with the wider physical, economic and social redevelopment of the area.

At the centre of our residential-led design is a lively neighbourhood hosting up to 1,300 new homes, all of which integrate with wider public infrastructure. A new hotel, shopping street, and various workspaces and leisure facilities will establish a community feel, and cater to both event-day visitors and the local population. The site is self-sufficient but not cut off, thanks to new northsouth and east-west connections to the wider area.

Our scheme is bringing this bit of land up to speed with its surroundings, including the world-class stadium beside it. That’s sure to give Wembley another reason to cheer.