Credit: Wembley Link
Wembley residents have probably seen the two towetrs emerging behind the Twin Towers (Uncle Bulding) on Park Park, wedged between the High Road and the Chiltern railway.
This is the 'Wembley Link' two towers of 16 and 18 storeys being built on the railway embankment by Henry Construction Projects for Hub (developer of the Uncle building) which will provide 256 apartments.
The Construction Enquirer LINK reports that Henry are having problems in paying sub-contractors and suppliers. London drylining contractor Ozel Group issued a winding-up petition against Henry Construction in an attempt to settle outstanding payments.
The Enquirer, in their story published 2 weeks ago about the builder struggling to complete their schemes, quotes a source regarding the Wembley Link:
There are problems at Henry’s Wembley job for developer Hub. A lot of firms have not been paid. And the scaffolders turned up last week and took their kit away.
The 16 and 18 storey towers have reached second-fit stage but firms are complaining about not getting paid. Several subcontractors are in the same position.
The Link is so-called as it is part of a scheme to link Wembley Central new deveopments with the Quintain etc developments around the stadium.