The local area and the regeneration benefits

The local area is seeing a massive £6 billion in private investment. Regeneration across Barnet is being channelled to deliver positive change for everyone living in the borough. That means new jobs, new homes, new green spaces, new schools and colleges, new community hubs, a new mainline station and bus interchange at Brent Cross.

Following its £1.4 billion refurbishment, Brent Cross Shopping Centre will soon provide a superior retail experience, which will introduce up to 150 new retail stores, 50 restaurants, a cinema complex and hotel accommodation.



The local area

The Rushgroves is ideally situated for travel to the city and the rest of the UK. Plentiful and wide-reaching transport links enrich this area. ThamesLink operates from Hendon station, with speedy 24/7 services into Central London, as well as to Luton and Gatwick airports.

The bustling streets of Hendon are rich with cafes and restaurants. For closer convenience there’s a large Sainsbury’s on the doorstep of the development. Along Edgware road, towards Colindale are some excellent cafes and Asian restaurants, among them the pilgrimage site for East Asian street food, Bang Bang Oriental.

There are plenty of green spaces in the area. Discover Rushgroves Park, a hidden gem on your doorstep, and Brent Reservoir - a nature reserve only ten minutes from your door.

The Rushgroves is situated in the centre of sporting excellence, with Wembley just over 3 miles away to the west and the Allianz Park home of the Saracens Rugby Club to the east, you'll be spoilt with choice for sports and leisure throughout the year.

The Brent Cross redevelopment and refurbishment will introduce up to 150 new retail stores, 50 restaurants, a cinema complex and hotel accommodation.

Nearby education offers great options from first steps to adulthood. The Hyde's ‘Outstanding’ primary school is on your doorstep while nearby Middlesex University is a short bus ride away.

Perfectly positioned

Transport links are excellent, but there’s plenty to do on your doorstep. Living in Hendon is not just about access to and from the city. The area’s long-established suburban heritage means there are amenities and community assets you wouldn’t get in Central London. A key attraction is the nearby Brent Reservoir, providing facilities for sailing, canoeing and bird watching.

For close convenience there’s a large Sainsbury’s on your doorstep, too. Up the road towards Colindale are some excellent cafes and Asian restaurants, among them the pilgrimage site for East Asian street food, Bang Bang Oriental.

If you enjoy retail therapy, Brent Cross and Westfield White City; the largest shopping centre in the UK, both within easy reach offering a variety of renowned department stores and restaurants. Brent Cross Shopping Centre is undergoing a huge transformation and will soon be one of the best shopping destinations in the capital.

On the way back from a well-deserved shopping spree, why not take a scenic canal side walk through the Brent Reservoir better known as The Welsh Harp.


Brent Reservoir - a nature reserve only ten minutes from your door

Fancy a Sunday morning jog? As well as parks, there are plenty of local gyms which include Nuffield Health Fitness, Wellbeing Gym and Pure Gym.

If you're feeling peckish, take a stroll to Bang Bang Oriental Food Hall. Described by The Observer’s Jay Rayner as the ‘Now That’s What I Call Music! of Asian dining’, Bang Bang Oriental is destination dining, a mere fifteen minutes’ walk away.

Entertainment and shopping delights

Not only will some apartments have views of Wembley it's a 15 minutes’ drive away from The Rushgroves.

The SSE Arena, is the UK’s most iconic entertainment venue for all to enjoy! Most commonly known for hosting music concerts, the Arena also has a proven sporting track record with sold out events including, Snooker Finals and Premier League Darts, whilst not forgetting family and comedy performances.

Hendon and beyond

In addition to Central London being within easy reach of The Rushgroves, residents will also benefit from excellent road links, as The Rushgroves sits close to the M1, the A41 and the North Circular, with easy access to the whole UK, whether for work or pleasure.

Major UK business centres like Birmingham, Milton Keynes and Reading are all within convenient reach via rail and nearby roads like the M25 and M1.


Across The Rushgroves, from the homes and communal spaces in between, the development’s design revolves around principles that are responsive to residents’ needs, the surrounding environment and the demands of the future.


See the style of home you could call your own. The living and dining areas are free flowing social spaces for entertainment and relaxation. The interiors are generous and airy allowing light to fill the space.


Founded in 1963, we are a residential developer born from the belief that homes should matter for everyone. We combine our social purpose with commercial drive to create homes and neighbourhoods everyone can be proud of.