A bit about us

ISIS Waterside Regeneration is a partnership company, owned by the Canal and River Trust (formerly British Waterways) and MUSE Developments, with 50% of its returns re-invested by the Canal & River Trust into the maintenance and enhancement of the UK Waterway network. ISIS Waterside Regeneration is committed to revitalising Britain's waterways by creating sustainable waterside communities and delivers high quality and well-designed schemes based around complementary, mixed uses.

ISIS Waterside Regeneration is a multi-award winning developer, having previously completed two highly successful, residential developments: Islington Wharf in Manchester and Granary Wharf in Leeds.

Our journey so far

Outline planning consent for the overall scheme in Brentford was secured in March 2012 and followed an in-depth consultation with the local community. Works have since commenced on site with the first phase of homes expected to be completed later in 2015. Detailed planning permission for phase two at Brentford Lock West was secured at the end of 2014, with works on this phase due to commence this year. The overall scheme will comprise 520 residential homes, 20% of which will be affordable. The scheme will also deliver 7,000 sq metres of commercial space.

The project will breathe new life into Brentford. In addition to providing much needed new housing, the scheme will deliver new community spaces and commercial buildings, helping to create new jobs for the area. £2 million has also been allocated for investment into local health and education facilities.

Improving the local waterways

As part of the overall scheme, ISIS Waterside Regeneration is working in conjunction with the Canal & River Trust to make a number of improvements to the moorings at Brentford Lock West. These improvements include the addition of new visitor mooring and hook up points, along with the installation of a new floating pontoon which is now in place and is being used by the local canoe club. Further enhancements have also been made to widen the canal towpath, providing better access and a safer walkway for both new and existing residents.

Becoming part of the community

It is our aim to create places that feel special, places that people enjoy living in and care about, stimulating new communities with a range of cultural and social events until they take on a life of their own.

We are supporting a number of local initiatives and organisations from within the borough, such as Cultivate London – an innovative, urban farm which aims to increase the amount of locally and organically grown produce available across London. Cultivate London has become an integral part of the development. Close partnerships with other local organisations including Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, Active 360 and canoe club Edge have also been developed and Brentford Lock West will host a new watersports hub, to be enjoyed by the whole community.

What's next

The homes on phase one at Brentford Lock West have been selling well, with the first collections called The Halyards and The Arbor, now sold out. A limited number of apartments remain for sale at Bowline Court and we have recently released a collection of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments and 4 bedroom townhouses at Carrick Square.

With planning now secured for phase two, works will commence on this second stage later this year.

Find out more about what we do at www.isisregeneration.co.uk and click here to read more about our flats in Brentford.


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– 12 May 2015

The sporting event, invited people to compete in a timed paddleboarding trial on Brentford Lock, followed by a 5km and 1km run around the grounds of Syon Park. 

Many families as well as groups of friends and local companies took part, with over 275 people participating in the sporting activities. All those who took part in the events were awarded with a Brentford Challenge participation medal. Those who completed the activities in the fastest times later took to the podium where they were presented with their trophies. 

The Brentford Challenge was organised by Brentford FC Community Sports Trust and was supported by Brentford Lock West. Syon Park opened up the entire grounds of the estate for the 1k and 5k runs and sports activity day, whilst The Canal and River Trust provided access to the waterways of Brentford Lock. The Brentford Lock Holiday Inn also supplied power and amenities for the paddleboarding event.

To complement the sports events a free family sports activity day took place on the front lawns of Syon Park, offering a spectacular setting for the football tournament, 1k and 5k race finish line. 

Many visitors opted to sit back and enjoy the sunshine whilst watching the runners complete the races or take part in one of the activities on offer – which included small-sided football on an inflatable pitch, rhythmic gymnastics, cheerleading, boxercise and short tennis.

One of the participants in the 5k run was newly elected MP for Brentford and Isleworth Ruth Cadbury who said “I would like to congratulate all of the staff and volunteers who have made this wonderful day possible taking place in the beautiful setting of Syon Park and Brentford Lock.”

Lee Doyle, Chief Executive, Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, said: “The Brentford Challenge demonstrates the core values of the Trust in action. It is deeply satisfying to see so many people of all ages and abilities taking part and clearly having a great time.

“We are proud to be able to stage this event in the heart of our community. Credit goes to the efforts of our staff and volunteers in planning the day and our event partners who have helped us create an event to look forward to. “

John Robinson, Development Director at Brentford Lock West, which sponsored the event added: “Sunday was great fun and it’s fantastic to see so many people making the most of the facilities the area has to offer. The Brentford Challenge provides an excellent opportunity for people to try their hand at a variety for sporting activities as well as enjoy the free, family fun day and we are proud to have been sponsoring this event for its fourth consecutive year.”

Situated along the banks of the Grand Union Canal, Brentford Lock West forms part of a five year project, which is expected to breathe new life into Brentford, through the delivery of 520 new homes. In addition to providing much needed new housing, the scheme will also deliver new community spaces and commercial buildings, helping to create new jobs for the area. The homes offer buyers a unique opportunity to secure a new, highly specified home, while benefiting from a host of community features and green initiatives – from roof top allotments to the delivery of a new watersports hub. 

The Sales and Marketing Suite is open daily, 10am - 5pm. For more information or to book an appointment call the Brentford Lock West sales team at Stubbings Property Marketing on 020 8569 7449, email brentfordlockwest@stubbingsltd.co.uk or visit www.brentfordlockwest.co.uk  


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– 31 March 2015

The annual Brentford Challenge will be taking place on Sunday 10th May, offering local residents an opportunity to take part in a variety of sporting activities, all followed up with a free family fun day at Syon Park. 

The event, which is entering into its fourth year is organised by the Brentford FC Community Sports Trust and always proves to be a popular day among local people of all ages. The day’s activities will commence with a timed paddleboard trial in front of the Brentford Lock West development, followed by a 1k fun run and a 5k trail run in Syon Park. Locals are invited to sign up to all or any one of the activities on offer, or simply turn up and enjoy the family fun day, which will include a host of sporting activities, along with a BBQ and entertainment.

Lee Doyle, Chief Executive, Brentford FC Community Sports Trust, said: “The Brentford Challenge is a fantastic event, which gives local people of all ages and abilities the opportunity to get active and enjoy a day packed with fun activities and entertainment. Paddleboarding is becoming increasingly popular in the area and is more accessible than you might think. We hope that this year’s event will encourage more people to get out onto the water and enjoy some of the excellent facilities the area has available.” 

John Robinson, Development Director, MUSE Developments (who’s Brentford Lock West development is sponsoring the event) added: “Brentford has so much to offer – with the Grand Union Canal providing access to a broad range of water sports and venues such as Syon Park offering local residents some beautiful grounds and scenery to enjoy. We are proud to have always supported this event, which has become a fixed date in peoples’ diaries and we hope to see a great turn out on the day.”

The Brentford FC Community Sports Trust will be offering training in advance of the event for all competitors signing up for the paddleboarding. Those who wish to find out more information or to sign up for the Brentford Challenge can visit www.brentfordfccst.com. The Brentford Challenge comprises a paddleboard time trial (suitable for those aged 11 years +), a 1k fun run (for those aged 5 years +) and a 5k trail run (for those aged 11 years +). Prices to participate in the various sporting activities start from £6 per person.

The family fun day is a free event and will commence at 1pm in Syon Park. There will be a BBQ and a licensed bar on site. Attendees are welcome to bring their own picnics. Free music and entertainment will be running throughout the day.