Plans submitted to transform Amex House in Wembley

WCN Editorial Team 5 May 2016 EUROPE BUILDINGS

London-based residential developer Anthology has submitted plans to Brent Council to transform Amex House in Wembley into contemporary apartments.

 
The developer wants to convert the 16-acre site, which formerly served as an office base for a civil engineering firm, into 195 housing units.

Designed by GRID Architects, the project will feature a mixed tenure of affordable and private homes.

Anthology’s executive director Adam Gaymer said: “We have worked closely with local residents and the council to ensure that our proposals offer a positive benefit to the local area. Aside with creating a unique space for people to live, work and play, these plans will create jobs, provide a boost the local economy and deliver much needed homes.

“Amex House which will be known as ‘Anthology Wembley Parade’ forms part of our growing London portfolio and reflects our policy of investing in prime regeneration sites. We look forward to enhancing communities and unlocking the potential of other sites around London in the near future.”

Anthology expects to secure planning approval in summer 2016 and construction work is set to commence in autumn 2016 with homes for sale in 2017. The project is expected to be completed in 2018.

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