New public green space to be created at Wembley Park

A revitalisation project in London's Wembley Park, led by British developer Quintain, will include the creation of the Elvin Square Gardens.

Elvin Square Gardens. Image: Supplied
Elvin Square Gardens. Image: Supplied

The North West Village residential development is part of a master plan that is transforming Wembley Park. The apartments being built at Emerald Gardens, the current phase of works at the village, are set within almost an acre of gardens. A private courtyard water garden is also incorporated into the layout.

Quintain's head of residential sales Paul Hogarth, explained: "We know how much Londoners love to spend time outdoors so it was clear from the outset that the design of North West Village had to include dedicated green spaces for our residents to enjoy."

He added: "With Elvin Square Gardens, we have gone one step further and created a new garden square for all those who live in or visit Wembley Park to experience. The design honours the area's heritage; Wembley Park was well-known as a recreational destination filled with large, green open spaces and tree-lined boulevards, and we have strived to bring this historic identity back to this part of North West London."

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