Brent Cross Town Centre in North West London is a mixed use town centre set around 50 acres of green parks. Brent Cross Town has committed to achieving net zero carbon by 2030 at the latest.

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Project Details +

Project Details


CLIENT: Argent Related

DATE: 2019 - 2024

STATUS: Concept Design

SIZE: 29,500m2 GIA (19,900m2 Office, 2,800m2 Retail)

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ACME: Mahalah Attwell Thomas, Igor Gola, Tim Laubinger, Friedrich Ludewig, Raz Mseleku, Vojtech Nemec, Daniel Ovalle Costal, Heidrun Schuhmann, Sheena Seeley, Penny Sperbund, Matei Vlăsceanu


Gardiner & Theobald (Project Managers)

Faithful + Gould (Quantity Surveyor)

Quartz Cost Consultants (Quantity Surveyor Competition)
Heyne Tillet Steel (Structures)

Atelier Ten (Services)

OFR (Fire)

Sandy Brown (Acoustics)

Steer (Highways and logistics)

Gillespies (Landscape and Public Realm)

Buro Happold (Utilities)

Allies and Morrison (Masterplanners)

The new park town will provide homes, offices, school and wellness set around 50 acres of green parks and playing fields. A new National Rail station entrance provides links to Station Square and the high street.

Brent Cross Town has very ambitious sustainability aims, allowing us to question the use of concrete in steel in construction. P20, the central building on the square, is an all timber structure, significantly reducing the carbon footprint of the building, as well as providing a warm and welcoming place to work.

The arched facade provides a strong civic welcome, and creates a colonnaded ground floor incorporating food halls and public uses within a double height volume.

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