Bold new plans for this
West London area underway

1,000 homes in the next 3 years,
5,000 homes in the next 10 years

Established transport links –
A40/Westway, 5 stations, 2 bus stations

John Lewis launching early 2018,
425 stores in expanded Westfield

A new campus for
Imperial College London

30 acres of public space
including a new 5-acre park

Over 25,000 new jobs
with established businesses

White City

White City is becoming a true West London destination, with excellent transport connections, unrivalled shopping at Westfield, innovation campus from Imperial College, cultural beacon BBC, creative hub White City Place, and thousands of quality new homes.

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Offices masterplan

Local Occupiers

Offices Local Occupiers

Part of a leading business and
innovation district

White City Place Pod
White City Place Retail
White City Place Retail
Imperial College

Imperial College London

This world-leading science-based university is investing £3bn in a 25-acre site, creating a new hub designed to sit at the intersection of commerce and industry, in particular with incubation and accelerator spaces for new start up businesses.

Westfield Phase 2

Westfield London Phase 2

Westfield London’s second phase comprises an additional 750,000 sq ft of new retail, cafés, restaurants and leisure, bringing the UK’s No.1 ranked shopping centre (Source: CACI) up to a total of 425 outlets. 250,000 sq ft is dedicated to a new department store for John Lewis, set to open in March 2018.

White City Living, St James

White City Living, St James

Designed by Patel Taylor and set within eight acres of green open spaces, White City Living offers over 1,400 new homes as well as boutique shops, bars and restaurants.

TFL Railway Arches

TFL railway arches

Transport for London plans to turn 31 of its railway arches near Wood Lane Tube station into a mix of comercial, leisure and retail spaces as well as creating new pedestrian passageways to connect up the neighbourhood and introduce new cycle parking.