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Living in Wembley
Wembley is an area of northwest Greater London, England, and part of the London Borough of Brent .
The prime landmark is Wembley Stadium , rebuilt 2003-2007 at a cost of £827 million, which is approached via the White Horse Bridge designed by the London Eye architects. Nearby are Wembley Arena, a concert venue built in 1934 as the Empire Pool, a swimming pool for the Empire Games, and Fountain Studios, one of the country’s largest purpose built television studios and host to X Factor, Bremner, Bird and Fortune and Britain’s Got Talent. Brent Town Hall is a Grade-2-listed building located on Barn Hill facing Wembley Stadium
Up to the nineteenth century Wembley was rural and it has retained a number of green spaces. These include Barham Park in Sudbury Town, King Edward VII Park, established in 1914 behind the High Road and Sudbury Green. Nearby Sudbury Golf Course backs onto the Grand Union Canal with its towpath running into central London.
The main shopping area is centred on Wembley High Road, Central Square, which is also undergoing redevelopment, and Ealing Road. The industrial and commercial estate close to Wembley Stadium includes warehouse-style outlets and retail sheds, and at ‘Brent Park’ further south on the A406 North Circular Road, there is a large Ikea Store, Tesco, other stores and industrial units. A large market is held on most Sundays in the car park in front of Wembley Stadium, continuing a long tradition.
The ‘Wembley City’ development in the area of Wembley Stadium is to include new leisure facilities (e.g. the first new swimming baths being built in the borough in 60 years, and a multiplex cinema), residential and retail units and a new Civic Centre, incorporating council offices and assembly hall, a library and other community facilities and some retail space, and is due to be completed by 2013. ‘Wembley Central Square’ is being redeveloped with new leisure and retail facilities and residential units.