The 180-acre site will be a new park town for London incorporating 50 acres of parks and playing fields alongside 6,700 new homes and 3m sq ft of office space.
Restaurants, retail including local amenities and services, leisure, culture and events will add to the vibrancy of the area.
It will also meet the needs of students with student accommodation and the redevelopment of three local schools.
The town centre will connect to King’s Cross in 12 minutes via the new Brent Cross West station which will be completed by VolkerFitzpatrick by the end of 2022.
Galldris started early-enabling infrastructure works this year for the main Brent Cross Town scheme.
Nick Searl, Partner of Argent Related and Joint-Lead for Brent Cross Town, said: “This is an exciting moment for us and our partners at Barnet Council.
“After several years of careful thought and planning it’s a real privilege to set out our vision for Brent Cross Town, a park town that will support the future of London.
“We will demand the highest commitments to health and wellbeing, sustainability and ensuring flourishing and connected communities.”