As expected, Quinlan Estates application to replace the Palace of Industry with a car park was approved last Wednesday night by Brent Planning committee. Further reading of the application indicates that the demolition of the building was already scheduled to begin before the meeting http://democracy.brent.gov.uk/ieDecisionDetails.aspx?ID=2309 Of course having been delisted in 2004, no permission was actually needed for the demolition of the structure, just for the construction of the car park.
Despite objections on historical (from Wembley History Society), as well as environmental grounds, the car park was approved. It was suggested that the remaining facade of the Palace could be kept intact for the 90th anniversary of the exhibition in 2015, but this was vetoed on safety grounds. Of course Brent hasn't got the best track record in preserving its built history, as was seen in the debacle over Willesden Green library.
However, having previously thought that this was the last remaining part of the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley, it seems there may be another...