County Parade Demolition Proceeding

Major step forward in the redevelopment of area south of Brentford High Street



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The demolition crews have arrived to tear down the buildings on County Parade on Brentford High Street.

The condemned buildings have been hidden behind facades as the project went through the planning process but now work is finally starting to clear the area for Ballymore’s huge redevelopment of the area south of the High Street.

Eric and Cherry Baker took the video shown above from the south side of the old Magistrates’ Court which gave them a prime view of the work in progress.

According to information obtained by Brentford Voice, this is just an early step in a very long project and first stage completion isn’t likely to completed for three years.

County Parade Demolition Proceeding

The completion of the demolition of County Parade should allow work on basement preparation to begin which could take the whole year and it won’t be until 2021 until work on the structures begins. Block G, the Dock Road car park, is already partly completed. Phase one of the project will see 335 flats built in blocks A,B, C, K and G is on schedule for completion by the first quarter of 2023. If this timetable is maintained then building work would continue at the site until the completion of phase 4 in 2027.

The Brentford Project is a mixed-use development on a 4.79-hectare waterside site which will include 892 new housing units across 11 buildings, a leisure centre and new retail and commercial space.

December 6, 2019

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