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Queen’s Park Place

Queen’s Park Place

Project Overview

As part of a wider regeneration project in Kilburn, north-west London, Linkcity delivered a residential and mixed-use project next to Queen’s Park underground station.


Working together with our partners Londonewcastle and the London Borough of Brent, Queen’s Park Place delivered high-quality ‘tenure blind’ apartments, a supermarket and basement parking.

Located a minute’s walk from Queen’s Park underground and overground stations, Queen’s Park Place was made up of 116 contemporary apartments and penthouses, 28 affordable homes, and 5,200 sq ft of commercial floorspace. Designed by architects SimpsonHaugh & Partners, the development established a new urban landmark at the gateway between Queen’s Park and South Kilburn.

Project Information
New homes


Project Partners


London Borough of Brent

SimpsonHaugh & Partners

Sustainable building

Code for sustainable homes level 4

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Part of a Regeneration Masterplan

Queen’s Park Place forms a key development within the London Borough of Brent’s South Kilburn Estate regeneration masterplan, a £400m plan to deliver 2,400 high-quality, mixed tenure, barrier-free developments to serve Kilburn’s diverse local community. 

Designing Queen’s Park Place

Rising from between five and eight stories, the development required detailed reviews of layouts and specifications which were carried out together with the award-winning architectural practice SimpsonHaugh & Partners who brought both a striking design and uncompromising quality to the project. The result reflects the aspirations of our client—to create a new urban landmark which sets a benchmark for contemporary urban living in south Kilburn.

A Challenging Site

Queen’s Park Place stands adjacent to a number of railway lines which presented a number of risk factors. However, with careful scheduling and consistent direct liaison with the transport authorities, we were able to overcome these problems which included installing mast climbers for the north and west elevations to ensure that the project met strict requirements regarding over sailing and the erection of metal scaffolding within 3m of overhead power lines.

Green Building

Sustainability is a priority for Linkcity. Using photovoltaic panels on the building and connecting the development to a district wide energy centre ensured the scheme achieved Code for Sustainable Homes level 4.

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