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£300m development set to deliver tallest building in Brent granted the green light

Go-ahead for £300m North London Stonebridge Place

Brent Council in London has approved plans for a £300 million high-rise development in Stonebridge Park. Avanton, the London development manager and partner investor Canada Israel, secured planning permission for the 515-home tower at the regeneration of the site formerly known as Wembley Point, just moments from Stonebridge Park train station, reports Contract Journal.

Stonebridge Place, designed by architect Patel Taylor, promises to transform the Brent skyline. The development consists of three distinct buildings, the central one being a 32-story tower with a galls and terracotta facade. A second stepped building will rise from 10 to 20 stories, with a third three-story building housing a boxing gym and a public café. When completed in 2027, this tower will be the tallest structure in Brent.

“We are delighted to continue expanding our London portfolio with the introduction of Stonebridge Place,” stated Gil Selzer, UK Managing Director of Canada Israel. This new project, which builds on the enormous success of WEM Tower, confirms our dedication to providing young adults in London with a chic residential experience.


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