Major progress made at Millbrook Park in last 24 months

Welcome to the Millbrook Park website.

Since works began at Millbrook Park in December 2011, major progress has been made in turning the initial vision into homes for thousands of new residents and to creating a new community.

Millbrook Park will eventually be a development of 2,174 new high-quality apartments and houses in a landscaped parkland setting, offering residents far-reaching views across north London.

The Former Officers Mess building has been sensitively refurbished and converted to apartments by Linden Homes and achieved excellent sales success, with all ten of the apartments now sold and occupied. We anticipate that this early sales success will continue when the future phases launch at Millbrook Park and will be a popular destination for purchasers.

The Officers Mess Gardens, first of the 4 parks to be provided on Millbrook Park has been completed and is now open for use. The Panoramic Park and Central Park will be completed and open for use in Spring 2015.

The first phases of house building have begun with both Taylor Wimpey and Linden actively building for occupation early 2014. The new build properties range from one and two bedroom apartments to three, four and five bedroom houses, offering homes to suit a variety of purchasers.

Countryside Annington have begun initial works on Phase one which will be known as ‘The Mount at Millbrook Park’ and will comprise of apartments and houses launching in March 2014.

We are absolutely delighted to welcome award winning Cala Homes to Millbrook Park. The developer has purchased phase 3A, a 1.9 acre plot and plan to build 75 apartments and 17 houses. Work will begin summer of 2014 with occupations estimated for spring 2015.

Millbrook Park Church of England Primary School

Millbrook Park school will be a three form entry primary school. This means there will be 90 pupils in each year group. There will also be classes for nursery age pupils. When it opens there will be provision for Reception pupils and then the school will grow each year until it accommodates children from nursery to year 6 (age 11). Millbrook Park will be a Church of England Academy school. This means it will have the same popular inclusive Christian ethos as the other Church of England schools in the London Borough of Barnet.

The development of Millbrook Park school is being supported by St Paul’s Church of England School, Mill Hill. Anthony David, Headteacher at St Paul’s, will be appointed as Interim Executive Headteacher at Millbrook Park. This means that pupils at Millbrook Park can look forward to the same popular ethos and high standards as pupils at St Paul’s already enjoy. You can read more about St Paul’s School at http://www.stpaulsnw7.barnet.sch.uk/millbrook