Brent Cross West station will be the first major new mainline station in London in over a decade.
Positioned on the Midland Main Line between existing Hendon and Cricklewood stations, it will take as little as 12 minutes for passengers to connect from King’s Cross St Pancras to Brent Cross West.
At peak times, there will be up to eight Thameslink passenger trains per hour. There will also be direct connections to Farringdon for Elizabeth Line services (Crossrail) and to Luton airport.
The four-platform station covers around 7,000 square metres, with the eastern entrance a gateway to the new park town Brent Cross Town, and the western entrance leading to Staples Corner Retail Park and Edgware Road.
The station will provide residents and visitors with a more environmentally friendly travel option, and there will be provisions for bike storage, with good cycle links to the surrounding area. A new transport interchange is also nearing completion, with three bus routes proposed to stop directly outside the station.
Brent Cross West will have step-free access from street level to the platforms from both the eastern and western entrances.
Once the station opens, the new overbridge will provide 24-hour access to residents living on both the east and west side of the tracks, from Staples Corner retail park to Brent Cross Town.
Brent Cross West will have step-free access from street level to the platforms from both the eastern and western entrances. Brent Cross West station will be able to accommodate the planned West London Orbital (WLO) line in future, which will provide additional cross-London services, and potential links to the HS2 line to Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds.
Work is ongoing on the station’s eastern entrance, an ambitious and visually stunning project which has sustainability and environmental innovations at the heart of its design. The completed building will feature a roof canopy of glazed panels resting on timber columns, vines connected to ground floor planters by a wire trellis system, and ornamental trees in the entranceway.
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Work commenced: Spring 2020 (following planning approval)
Contractors and contact details: VolkerFitzpatrick
Working hours: Our standard working hours on the project are Monday to Saturday 8am to 9pm and, where consented, Sundays 8am to 5pm.
However, as the main construction work is complete, we don’t expect any works to be particularly noisy. On any occasion when works might cause disruption, we email our local distribution list. To be included please contact: TransformingBX@Barnet.gov.uk
Current works update:
- Our construction partners VolkerFitzpatick are in the final stages of building Brent Cross West, with minor works expected to continue over the coming weeks.
- There are much fewer staff on site and we don’t expect you to be disrupted by noisy works. From time-to-time, Network Rail will carry out track maintenance and they
will contact you directly before works take place.
- Finishing touches such as planting trees, hedges and plants will be put in place right before station opening.
- You’ll find the latest images, and drone footage of the station construction on our news pages.
- Brent Cross West is in the final stages of construction, testing and commissioning and will open on Sunday 10 December.
- We thank you for your patience over the last few years while we built this new station. With over 100 Barnet residents employed on the project, we hope the station
will provide a positive legacy for the community, providing a new more sustainable way to travel in and out of the area.