Our second Mayfield retirement village

Brent Cross Town, London

This impressive new Mayfield retirement village development is planned to deliver 150-160 retirement units and over 12,000 sq ft of amenities in an exclusive Integrated Retirement Community. The scheme is part of the Brent Cross Town development, a 180-acre masterplan managed by Related Argent.

We hope to start construction in late 2024 with the first apartments available from 2027.

Transport links

Situated in the new Brent Cross Town development, in the north London Borough of Barnet, just 5 miles northeast of Wembley, 13 miles south-east of Watford and 8 miles northwest of Charing Cross in Central London, Mayfield Brent Cross will be well connected by public transport, the North Circular and the M1.

Brent Cross tube station, on the Northern Line, is just 0.9 mile walk, and the new Brent Cross West station will be just a 5 minute walk from the planned Mayfield Brent Cross retirement village site. Upon opening in Autumn 2023, Brent Cross West station will be the first major new mainline station in London in over a decade, providing services from Bedford to Brighton, and is set to benefit from Thameslink and Elizabeth line trains to London and Gatwick Airport. Thameslink services will connect passengers from Brent Cross West to London King's Cross St Pancras in as little as 12 minutes.

About Mayfield Brent Cross

Mayfield Brent Cross will occupy a prominent position on a newly developed high street near the centre of the 180-acre Brent Cross Town development site, with convenient access to the newly opened train station and Claremont Park.

The new retirement village will offer 150-160 newly built one and two bedroom apartments, most with a balcony or terrace. It will offer basement parking and private landscaped gardens for property owners living there, as well as an array of on site health and wellness amenities including a swimming pool, sauna, gym, fitness studio, restaurant and bar, and retail spaces.


Brent Cross is well known for its green spaces, including nearby Hampstead Heath and Brent Reservoir.

Also close by is Brent Cross Shopping Centre, built in the late 1970s, which opened as the UK’s first out-of-town shopping centre, and is occupied by over 150 businesses today. Brent South Shopping Park and Atlas Business Centre are in the immediate area, with a supermarket, a hotel and a number of other amenities all within a 5 minute drive.

About the Brent Cross Town Development Masterplan

The £8 billion Brent Cross Town development is Barnet Councils most significant growth and regeneration programme to date, creating a new sustainable mixed use town centre linking residential, office and education buildings with retail, F&B, parks, squares, and leisure uses. Extending to 180 acres it will provide 6,700 new homes and the creation of up to 27,000 new jobs.

Renowned developer Related Argent, who are joint venture partners with Barnet Council, were also behind the regeneration areas of Kings Cross, London and Hudson Yards, New York. Both schemes have been highly successful in their sustainable transformation projects, bringing together a diverse range of homes, shops, offices, restaurants, bars and outdoor facilities.

The existing site is a brownfield site providing plenty of opportunity to optimise housing development and enhance green space within the town centre. The scheme pledges to be a net zero carbon town by 2030 through the employment of 100% renewable energy supplies and energy efficient buildings. The scheme aims to provide a new civic space with the local resident’s aspirations and sustainability at the forefront, bringing together the strengths of the existing town to redevelop the current site, and create a coherent and well connected development.