Branch address

Regal Asset Managers Limited
T/A Regal Estates
383 High Road, Willesden
London NW10 2JR

T: 020 8459 2530

Opening hours

Monday – Friday: 9.00AM – 6.00PM
Saturday: 9.30AM – 3.00PM
Sunday: Closed.

If you call the office outside of these hours please feel free to leave a message and one of our team will get back to you during opening hours.

Out of hours

Emergency contact numbers:

T: 020 8459 9444
T: 020 8459 9447
T: 020 8459 9443

Useful information

Transport: The nearest tube station to our office is Dollis Hill located on the Jubilee line. We are located a very short walk from Willesden Bus Garage and bus routes 52, 98, 260, 266, 302 & 460

Parking: Pay & Display parking on surrounding roads or free parking for a short period available at B&M Willesden.

Wembley Park Area Guide

General Location

An ideal location

Wembley Park is a celebration of London’s diversity. The area may be better known for its national sporting landmark, but it is the thriving multicultural heart of the community that appeals to locals. Restaurants offer an impressive array of Asian, African and European culinary delights and a weekly food market makes Wembley Park a foodie paradise.

The area has seen many big-ticket investment projects recently, bringing many people back to the area. The strong transport links to the city centre have brought more young professionals to Wembley Park, which have led to an influx of plush night-time hangouts and dining options

Area Branch

Willsden Green

020 8459 2530


Residents in Wembley Park have access to many excellent primary schools. St Christopher’s on Wembley Park Drive is a popular independent school for pupils aged between 4 and 11, as is Buxlow Preparatory SchoolWembley Primary School is also a solid choice, they received a ‘Good’ rating from OFSTED in 2011. Chalk hill Primary School also retained their Good rating in 2016 under the guidance of Headteacher Rose Ashton.

Secondary schooling in the area is some of the best in the Brent borough. Ark Academy is an ‘Outstanding’ primary and secondary school, catering for children from 3 to 18 years-old. The school is relatively new, opening the primary school in 2008 and adding the secondary section in 2012 and is a major draw for the area. Michaela Community School accepts children from 11 to 18 and received an ‘Outstanding’ OFSTED inspection in 2017.

Lycée International de Londres Winston Churchill French school is also gaining in popularity and has subsequently attracted more parents re-locating to the area to rent and to buy property in this locality.

Regeneration Information

Wembley Park has some of the largest regeneration projects occurring in the whole of the country. The area around the stadium and the centre of Wembley Park is set to grow with the construction of around 11,500 new homes, which will create 10,000 new jobs in the area, 8,500 of which will be permanent. The development project will include 5,000 private rented homes, social housing, a GP surgery, a new school and several shops and restaurants. It is the first of its kind in the UK. The project has already received planning permission and the first 3,000 homes are already under construction.


In the 18th century, Wembley Park was a collection of farmland owned by the Page family. In 1881 the estate was sold to the Metropolitan Railway Company, who constructed Wembley Park station in 1894, and the area quickly developed.

In 1924, Wembley Park hosted the British Empire Exhibition and the roads were widened, a better drainage system installed, and the suburban development of the area increased to handle an influx of visitors to the area. The exhibition included the construction of Empire Stadium, which would later become Wembley Stadium. In the wake of the exhibition, the large buildings were converted for use in industry and the area underwent rapid economic growth.


It is hard to beat Wembley Park for transport connections. The area is served by both the Jubilee and the Metropolitan lines and can take commuters to Canary Wharf in 32 minutes, Baker street in around 12 and Bond street in 19 minutes. A short walk to nearby Wembley Central also allows commuters to connect with the Bakerloo line and the Chiltern Railway service.

Eating and Drinking

For some of the best views in the capital, Sky Bar 9 offers a night time cocktail or lunchtime tea with an impressive view of both the heart of central London and the surrounding countryside. Also, inside the new London Designer Outlet, is the Lost Rivers Bar and Kitchen. They offer a wide selection of national and international beers and tasty burgers.

Eating out in Wembley Park isn’t complete without a trip to the food market in Market Square. The food, like the area, is a diverse accumulation of international cuisine including curries, falafels and pies. For a light-bite, you can do no better than the Lounge Café on Chalk Hill Road. The food is well-presented, reasonably priced and will leave you completely satisfied.

Things To Do

The Yellow Pavilion is the beating heart of Wembley Park. The community space hosts more than twenty classes and activities a week, from sport to guided meditation, to jewellery making and creative writing. The Brent Reservoir and Welsh Harp Open Space offer some excellent walking trails and bird watching locations and for a taste of something different, head to the Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Temple to marvel at the spectacular architecture and explore inside.

If you’re interested in buying or renting property in Wembley Park, you can browse our Property Management Services, or any of the available properties in Wembley Park, get in touch with our estate and letting agent team today.

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