Brentford players and staff were in attendance when EcoWorld London launched the next phase of the development on our new stadium site. A celebratory garden party was held earlier this year and was attended by Brentford Head Coach Thomas Frank, Chief Executive Jon Varney, staff and players. The evening was also attended by figures from the community, local influencers and interested buyers for the area.
EcoWorld London, the business delivering a new home for Brentford Football Club, feature on the front of our shirts for this season, as our new principal partner. EcoWorld London is the Club’s development partner on the new 17,250-seater Brentford Community Stadium, set to open next summer. Have a look at some of the best bits of the evening below.
On the night, attendees also had the opportunity to experience the development, called Verdo-Kew Bridge by EcoWorld, and Jasmine House, the second phase of homes within the development to be released to the market, with an exceptional collection of 84 homes for purchase located next to Kew Bridge station. The contemporary, spacious and light-filled apartments in Jasmine House will range from one, two and three bedrooms as well as offering Verdo-Kew Bridge’s first set of studio apartments.
Appointments are now available to book by contacting 0208 168 0175 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Further information on the scheme can be found at ecoworldlondon.com/places-to-live/verdo-kew-bridge.