Ziser London has won unanimous support from Brent Council planning to refurbish 249-289 Cricklewood Broadway and 32-74 Hassop Road into a mixed-use scheme.
The proposal is for:
- The retention and refurbishment of buildings at 42-56 Hassop Road, demolition of buildings at 32-40 and 60-74 Hassop Road and replacement with three-storey buildings accommodating 2,679 sq m of floorspace (Use Class E) and eight self-contained flats.
- The refurbishment of the ground floor retail at 249-289 Cricklewood Broadway, including creating a retail arcade between Cricklewood Broadway and Hassop Road.
- The change of use of first floor of 249-283 Cricklewood Broadway and creation of two to three additional storeys above 249-289 Cricklewood Broadway, accommodating a 157 unit co-living scheme and ancillary facilities including laundries, cinema, shared living, kitchen, dining rooms, storage and workspace.
- A new facade to front and rear of 249-289 Cricklewood Broadway.
Cricklewood, the legendary home of the Goodies, is split between three boroughs of London, Brent, Barnet and Camden. It was once home to film studios, Smiths Industries and a Bentley factory.
Ziser London invests for long-term capital growth by seeking property offering value, resilience to market conditions and which present sound planning and development opportunities.
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