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Old Oak Common - the other end of the Brent Cross Railway! (Actually, more likely to be a new London Overground link to Cricklewood/Hendon - but Hammerson may screw it up)

Link to Evening Standard

"A vision for a 'Canary Wharf of the railways' regenerating one of west London’s most deprived neighbourhoods is being unveiled this week.

"At a cost of at least £10- billion, more than 100 acres of windswept railway sidings and semi-derelict wasteland at Old Oak Common, just north of Wormwood Scrubs, would be the setting for the capital’s next large scale 'phoenix-like' revival.

"Local consultation starts on Friday over plans for a project that would be twice the size of the redevelopment of the King’s Cross railway lands."

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