Connecting Brentford’s Boundaries

Brentford has a rich and fascinating history, mostly associated with the river. Its unique location – it lies at the junction if two major waterways, the River Thames and Grand Union Canal –the settlement of Brentford pre-dates the Roman occupation of Britain and therefore the founding of London itself.

Now one of London’s last riverside areas is about to embark on an ambitious regeneration scheme with exciting opportunities to open up and enhance the waterfront for all.

This will be the first event where the scheme’s architects -AHMM, Glenn Howells Architects, and Maccreanor Lavington – are invited to explain their collaborative approach to Brentford’s unique waterside environment and how the scheme makes a clearer connection with the river.

On arrival at the marketing suite designed by Hal Architects guests will be taken on a short tour of the site followed by drinks and networking within the newly opened information centre / exhibition space.

29 June 2019

12:00 -14:30

Admission: FREE

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The Brentford Project

Catherine Wheel Road, Brentford TW8