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Fellows Square local area - Brent Cross

The vision for Brent Cross Cricklewood

The £4.5bn investment is transforming this part of London into a vibrant and exciting destination. The carefully considered masterplan is geared towards providing spaces and places that benefit the diverse and thriving community.

  • New town centre with shops and restaurants
  • New Thameslink station
  • Riverside park and new market square
  • Brand new shopping centre
  • Living bridge
Fellows Square local area - Kings Cross

Well connected

From Michelin-starred dining to award-winning theatre, London is unquestionably one of the world’s leading cities and Cricklewood’s transport links bring all if the capital’s glamour and excitement right to your doorstep.

  • The new Thameslink station is just a 5 minute walk from Fellows Square (expected 2021)
  • Reach St Pancras International in 12 minutes from Cricklewood station
  • Crossrail services at Farringdon (expected 2018) are just 18 minutes away from Cricklewood station
  • Brent Cross underground station is moments away and offers a 24 hour service
Fellows Square local area - Wet Fish Cafe

Close to home

Beneath the brightly coloured awnings on Cricklewood’s newly transformed high street, shopkeepers and restaurateurs proudly serve their customers. Fishmongers and butchers, cheerful cafés and continental bakeries are surrounded by a wealth home-grown businesses.

  • Brent Cross shopping centre. North west London’s top shopping destination with an array of brands including John Lewis, Jigsaw, Waitrose and Zara
  • PanAsia at The Crown. A unique restaurant offering Asian fusion dishes at the heart of Cricklewood
  • The Wet Fish Café & Brasserie. Modern European brasserie serving creative cuisine in West Hampstead
Fellows Square local area - Gladstone Park

Simple pleasures

Gladstone Park, a beloved Victorian pleasure garden that’s essential to the history of this neighbourhood, has evolved into one of London’s destination parks. A short stroll from Fellows Square, this is where north Londoners come to breathe.

Gladstone Park highlights

  • Cycle route to Regent’s Park
  • Tennis and netball courts
  • Cricket, football and rugby pitches
  • Running club, outdoor gym and children’s playing area
  • Art gallery, café and duck pond