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Mixed-use regeneration scheme gets approval near Wembley stadium

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Mixed-use regeneration scheme gets approval near Wembley stadium

A resolution has been passed to start a mixed-use regeneration project at the Wembley stadium. London Borough of Brent has approved this £250m scheme and the developer Dominvs Group is set to build four tower blocks.

The tower blocks near Wembley will rise from 11 to 21 storeys with a total of 493 flats. The plans also show retail outlets and 30,000 sq ft of light industrial space. Allford Hall Monaghan & Morris (AHMM) has designed and got the consent for Euro House development.

AHMM is on a freehold 2.8-acre industrial site on Fulton Road which is the site of an old Euro Car Parts superstore. Sukhpal Singh Ahluwalia who’s the Dominvs owner, has initially set up Euro Car Parts and later turned his attention to property.

This new scheme handled by Ahluwalia will be the largest residential scheme till date. Brent Council has also approved five tower blocks at Wembley Park above the tube station after Dominvs got the planning approval.

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