Local Heritage listings


The London Borough of Brent is inviting public nominations for Buildings or Structures of Architectural or Historic Interest to be added to its Local List.

New suggested additions:

110 Warm Lane, London, NW2 4RS Mapesbury Arts and Crafts style red brick public house featuring tile hanging, rough cast render, steep tiled roof, bow window and keystones.  Landmark building.
Chichele Road, London, NW2 3DA Mapesbury Former Congregational Church, 1902, by Walter Wallis.  Pretty orange terracotta façade in free Gothic with tower to one side now topped with onion dome.  Large central leaded light window.  Landmark building.
Cricklewood Broadway, London, NW2 3HT Mapesbury Victorian shopping parade with commercial accommodation above.  Well detailed shopfronts with granite pilasters, decorated capitals featuring flowers, leaves and rams heads.  Red brick and stone dressings, brick feature panels of swags and pedimented dormers.  Projecting corner oriel window with bull head.  Projecting cornice, with metalwork to roof and globes.  Landmark building.
Cricklewood Broadway, London, NW2 3JX Mapesbury Handsome Edwardian public house featuring windmill motifs.  Large central oriel window, brick pilasters and terracotta entrance.  Towering central circular pedimented gable with oculus and terracotta heraldic cartouche.
Mora Road, Cricklewood, London, NW2 6TD Mapesbury 1905, G E T Laurence, Shaped and scrolled gables with terracotta trim.  Separate buildings for infants and juniors.  Nice metal railings and boundary wall.
Sneyd Road, Cricklewood, London, NW2 6AN Mapesbury 1907-8 by Arthur Keen.  A grand Baroque front, an unusual style for a Baptist church. Red brick and stone.  Broad doorway within a rusticated surround, with a pedimented aedicule above.  Large brick campanile at the side, ending in four gables.  Landmark building.

The last adopted version was recorded in Appendix BE4 of Brent’s UDP 2004.  * View the current Local List

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