Anthology set to regenerate Amex House in Wembley into homes for Londoners

Wembley Parade
2 years ago

A vacant industrial site in Wembley known as Amex House is set to become home to a new neighbourhood of 195 high quality homes. The development, known as ‘Wembley Parade’ will be transformed by London residential developer Anthology, after plans were given the green light by Brent Council [14th December].     

Anthology will redevelop the 1.6 acre brownfield site, which formerly served as an office base for a civil engineering firm, into a new community. Based on North End Road, just a three minute walk to Wembley Park Station which offers connections to the Jubilee and Metropolitan line, the development is set to attract a vast range of buyers. Once complete, Wembley Parade will comprise a collection of one, two and three bedroom apartments.  

Neil Sams, Development Director said: “Change is happening daily across London and we are excited to be a part of Wembley’s continued transformation.

“Over the past few months we have worked closely with local residents and the council to ensure that our plans will enhance the neighbourhood and deliver a positive effect to the regeneration of the area. Not only will we be providing much needed homes, the construction will create jobs and provide a boost to the local economy.

“Wembley Parade has been designed with great attention to detail – the unique development is sleek, in-keeping  with the new surrounding buildings and curves to reflect the Wealdstone Brook which runs behind the site.”

Wembley Parade development, designed by GRID Architects, will provide a mix of social rented, shared ownership and private homes and 10% of homes will be suitable for wheelchair users along with a new landscape courtyard and public realm. There will also be a dedicated covered play space for residents’ children to enjoy.  

For more details on the homes being created at the Wembley Parade development, visit the Anthology London website: anthology.london or call 0203 3089 814