New London Architecture

Brent Cross Exploratory

Built

The Brent Cross Exploratory designed by East is a public space incubator. It is a temporary park providing an enhanced amenity for the local area, and a first step in the evolution of Brent Cross Town
NEW LONDON AWARDS 2021

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2021

Shortlisted in the MEANWHILE category

Argent Related and Barnet Council, working in partnership to deliver the 180-acre new town centre development north of Cricklewood, have opened a new public park. Named the Brent Cross Exploratory, the park designed by East replaces the Rosa Freedman Centre and Clarefield Park with a welcoming new landscaped space and enhanced amenity. The space will be available for several years for local people to enjoy until the permanent Claremont Park and Clitterhouse Playing Fields Part 1 are completed at which point the uses, equipment, trees and spaces will be extended out into the larger development.

Vote for this project in the 'People's Choice award. The voting deadline is 1 November 2021.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Barnet

Size

8100 sq m

Completion

August 2020


Location

Exploratory Park Brent Cross, Rosa Freedman Centre, 17 Claremont Way, Brent Cross, London NW2 1AJ, UK


Team Credits

Architect

East

Architect

East

Architect

East


Listed by

East architecture, landscape, urban design ltd

Last updated on

16/09/2021


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