UK Regeneration Scheme Gets Final Nod

22 June 2010 (Last Updated June 22nd, 2010 18:30)

The £4.5bn Brent Cross Cricklewood scheme in London is to go ahead after final approval from the secretary of state for communities and local government. The regeneration scheme will include the development of 7,500 homes, three schools, a train station, a bus station and new open spac

The £4.5bn Brent Cross Cricklewood scheme in London is to go ahead after final approval from the secretary of state for communities and local government.

The regeneration scheme will include the development of 7,500 homes, three schools, a train station, a bus station and new open spaces.

The project is being delivered by Brent Cross Cricklewood Development Partners, which includes Brookfield Europe, Hammerson and Standard Life Investments.

Work is expected to begin in 2014, according to cnplus.co.uk.