Munnelly Support Services Wins Contract at £8bn Brent Cross Development

Established property developer, Related Argent, has entered into an agreement with Munnelly Support Services for provision of comprehensive construction logistics and security support across the extensive 180-acre Brent Cross Town project situated in North London.

This contract’s allocation underscores the increasing progress observed within the £8 billion Brent Cross Town initiative. Currently, the project encompasses five active buildings, accommodating approximately 800 workers and facilitating around 100 daily deliveries on-site.

Presently, a substantial number of construction activities are underway, including the construction of nearly 650 homes available at affordable rates, for market sale, and as part of the build-to-rent initiative. Additionally, a partnership with Fusion Students has led to the construction of 662 student accommodations. Notably, Brent Cross Town is set to host Sheffield Hallam University’s inaugural campus beyond the boundaries of Yorkshire.

Munnelly Support Services will assume the responsibility for overseeing and coordinating the entirety of the supply chain across the site. This includes multifaceted duties such as traffic and delivery management, as well as comprehensive on-site security measures.

When asked about the awarding of the contract, Related Argent Construction Director, Chris Dent said, “Munnelly Support Services will play an important role at Brent Cross Town managing the perimeter of the construction site and safe movement and coordination within it. The construction programme continues to power forward with five buildings currently under construction and the first residential building scheduled to open by the end of 2024.”

The development known as Brent Cross Town is a collaborative effort between Related Argent and Barnet Council. The project’s objective is the establishment of 6,700 new residential units, accompanied by 3 million square feet of office space, a bustling high street, and educational institutions, all nestled within a landscape featuring 50 acres of parks and recreational fields.