Cricklewood is an area in North West London. It was previously a small rural settlement around the Edgware Road until the arrival of the railway and underground railway in the 1870s. Cricklewood has two conservation areas, the Mapesbury Estate and the Cricklewood Railway Terraces, and in 2012 was awarded £1.65 million from the Mayor of Londonís office to improve the area. Brent Cross Cricklewood, a £4.5 billion regeneration scheme for Cricklewood, Brent Cross and West Hendon was approved in October 2010, and is expected to start this year. A new Brent Cross Thameslink station is also planned. This is currently the largest planned development scheme in London. There are countless amenities throughout Cricklewood, including restaurants, bars, libraries, museums, parks, convenience stores and banks.
Setting up your business here
There are many businesses situated within Cricklewood, including law firms, independent boutiques, retail outlets and estate agents. This area is preferred by some businesses due to its close proximity to Central London and efficient transportation links that connect Cricklewood to the West End and the City of London. Networking opportunities are plentiful, with many breakfast or after work groups being set up specifically for this reason.
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Things to do in Cricklewood
The Mapesbury Dell on Hoveden Road is an award-winning small park and garden. The dell is open to the public during the day and hosts carol services in mid-December. Locals and professionals enjoy relaxing in Gladstone Park. The parkís features and facilities were improved with the aid of Heritage Lottery funding. The park contains a well-maintained formal garden, children's playground, art gallery, cafe and pond, as well as good sports facilities. On clear days, it offers views of Wembley Stadium, the London Eye and The Shard. Cineworld have a cinema situated just off the Edgware Road and there are many large outlet stores located here as well, including Staples and Homesense. Restaurants and bars are plentiful in the vicinity, with Abyssinia, on Cricklewood Broadway, providing an African-inspired menu, which is popular with the locals, and Chiquitoís, the well-known Mexican chain, having a base on Geron Way. Brent Tavern provides pub-goers with a wide selection of beers and ales, whilst The Conservative Club, on Walm Lane, offers drinks at extremely affordable prices.
- Tube lines: Willesden Green Station, Dollis Hill Station, serving the Jubilee Line
- Mainline stations: Cricklewood Station
- Nearest motorways: M1
- Nearest airports: Heathrow Airport, Stanstead Airport, Luton Airport
- Other: All major bus routes served nearby