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Wembley Park

Wembley Park

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Wembley Park has unique event heritage, from 1924 Empire Exhibition, to 1966 World Cup, Live Aid to the recent sell-out Adele concerts. Wembley Park is embracing this reputation and building on this activity - opening up the area to new audiences.

The 85-acre site, owned and developed by Quintain, currently comprises The SSE Arena, Wembley, which Quintain currently owns and refurbished in 2006; London Designer Outlet, which includes 70 high street outlet stores, restaurants, bars, coffee shops and a 9?screen Cineworld cinema; a 361 room 4 star Hilton Hotel and 1,400 new homes. Brent Civic Centre was built in 2012 and Wembley Stadium, owned by the FA Group, is a close neighbour. 

Wembley Park is home to London’s largest Boxpark to date, a new theatre (opening Summer, 2019), 26 affordable artist studios (Second Floor Studios and Arts), a school and major investment in new parks and public realm, which will bring the total area of open spaces to around 42 acres. The pace of development is very significant, equivalent to building an Olympic Village in less than four years.

Wembley Park also has excellent transport connections to central London via the Jubilee and Metropolitan tube lines from Wembley Park and overground from Wembley Stadium station. It is just nine minutes from Marylebone and 12 minutes from Baker Street and recently welcomed the Night Tube.

With its array of unique outdoor and indoor spaces, ranging from wide boulevards and public squares to purpose-built community venues, large car parks and private roads. Wembley Park provides the perfect backdrop to a variety of events and filming – from large festivals to intimate performances.

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