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Network Homes signs agreement on new head office at Wembley Park

08 December 2016

Computer generated image of how the new buidling will lookNetwork Homes has signed a pre-let agreement with Quintain for a new 59,000sq ft head office at a premium development in Wembley Park, North West London.

The building, which is to be delivered in mid-2019, boasts views of Wembley Stadium and will be situated opposite London Designer Outlet (LDO). It forms the first phase of a plan by Quintain, to build up to 1,000,000sq ft of Grade A offices at Wembley Park.

Network Homes will move from our existing premises in Wembley Park in 2020 for an initial 15 year term, bringing over 500 employees to join the ever growing community on the 85-acre development.

Announcing the deal today, Helen Evans, Chief Executive of Network Homes said: “Signing this agreement with Quintain comes at the conclusion of a hugely successful year for Network Homes.

“It guarantees our future at the heart of our core Borough and will provide the perfect base to enable us to continue to deliver our mission of building high quality homes and delivering excellent services for all our customers no matter where they live.”

Vicky Savage, Executive Director of Development, Network Homes added: “We are delighted to be staying in Wembley Park, next door to the iconic Stadium at such an exciting time for the area. This move will be yet another game changer for our business.

“Wembley Park’s excellent transport links, onsite amenities and the new building’s state of the art design will help Network Homes to retain and attract top talent. It’s the best option for us.''

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