Amex House, a disused office block on North End Road, Wembley Park, has been acquired by developer Anthology, who have laid down their gauntlet in the Wembley developer quest and from this day forth, wishes to be known as Wembley Parade.
Based in a little known corner of Wembley Park, which has more recently been unsettled by the arrival of student accommodation. The development has been designed by Grid Architects; a firm who more recently worked with Quintain designing their biggest scheme yet – Emerald Gardens which offers over 400 apartments and one acre communal garden.
Yet in the crowded space of Wembley Park, north-west London which is known as the biggest regeneration scheme that Europe has ever seen, is fast becoming a gold rush for developers of all sorts, how can they stand apart? Well, Anthology, who have developments in Deptford, South London and Hoxton East London, want to invite locals to a Big Lunch:
Anthology is hosting a Big Lunch in Wembley on Sunday 12th June from 12 noon to 4pm to bring the local neighbourhood together.
Anthology, a local property developer, will be hosting a Big Lunch at their Wembley Parade development on North End Road, which is currently awaiting planning approval. The Big Lunch will enable the local community to eat lunch together and be entertained whilst getting to know their neighbours and get involved with the community spirit. In order to build stronger neighbourhood relationships, The Big Lunch is the UK’s annual get-together for neighbours, an idea from the Eden Project made possible by The Big Lottery Fund. It’s the perfect recipe for having fun with your neighbours, feeding community spirit and helping to build stronger neighbourhoods.
As part of the Big Lunch in Wembley, local residents will be able to enjoy a feast of street food and be entertained by live music, cricket, face painting and many other activities, whilst establishing new relationships and further strengthen the Wembley community. Local residents are also encouraged to bring along their own picnics and games to enjoy.
Jenny Le Clerc, is the Project Director for Anthology Wembley Parade: “We are really pleased to be able to host this event in such a vibrant community and we are looking forward to getting to know the local residents and discovering ways in which we can be even more involved within the area. It will also lend an opportunity for the neighbourhood to meet us to find out more about our Wembley Parade development.”
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