Scheme will include more than 450 apartments

Transport for London and Barratt have been given the green light for the latest scheme by Wembley Park London Underground station.

Brent council cleared the proposals, which will develop 454 new homes, including 40% affordable housing, a retail unit, improvements to the public realm and new operational space for TfL.

Wembley Park Image 1 - Credit = Visuals and Rendering - AVR London, Design and Content TateHindle (Architects) & MacFarlane Associates (Landscape)

Source: Visuals and rendering - AVR London, Design and Content: TateHindle & MacFarlane Associates

The scheme, which covers a 1.6-acre site, has been designed by TateHindle architects and will be delivered across five buildings.

The new homes will be a mixture of studio, one, two and three-bedroom properties aimed at first time buyers, families and downsizers.

The affordable homes will be offered as a combination of intermediate housing, such as shared ownership, and London Affordable Rent.

With the exception of blue badge parking, the scheme will be car-free for residents and also has a substantial provision of cycle parking.

Work will start onsite in 2021.