A community for living, working, education, culture, retail and entertainment
1,250 new homes built
3,000 new homes by 2025
Established transport network: five tube and rail stations, two bus terminals, just off the A40
Westfield London, the largest shopping centre in Europe
Imperial College and Royal College of Art campuses
An established and expanding tech, media and fashion hub, with 30,000 workers by 2025
Established cultural scene with TV studios, live venues, theatre and a gallery
White City has established itself as a new West London community and destination: with excellent transport connections, unrivalled shopping at Westfield, an education & innovation campus from Imperial College, the cultural beacon that is the BBC (and ITV too), creative & tech hub White City Place, and thousands of quality new homes of all tenures.
Westfield London’s second phase added 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 John Lewis department store.
Imperial is investing £3bn in this 25-acre site, creating a new international educational hub designed to sit at the intersection of commerce and industry. £650 million has been raised by incubator companies here, and the university has over 500 partners across the White City Innovation District.
Set within eight acres of green open spaces, White City Living is providing over 2,500 new homes as well as a new park, boutique shops, bars and restaurants.
A new public park has been created, bridging over the Central line tracks opposite Television Centre and creating a major new public space for all to enjoy, with direct access under the railway arches to John Lewis and Westfield.
White City Place is a creative business campus with almost 1m sq ft of office space, including 3,000 BBC staff who continue to make the area a vibrant and creative working environment.
Flipper's is a family operated roller rink which as been around since 1979.
Transport for London has transformed 31 of its railway arches under Wood Lane Tube station into a diverse mix of commercial, leisure and retail space and has created new pedestrian passageways to improve connectivity in the neighbourhood and introduce new cycle parking.
Scale Space offers up to 200,000 sq.ft of flexible workspace on Imperial College's south site. Established by a unique network of venture builders, universities, corporate innovators and growing businesses, brought together to unlock the potential of UK innovation.
Play football is a premium football, parties and events venue located behind Television Centre on South Africa Road. The venue has 10 5-a-side 3G Pitches, changing rooms, bar and privater event space.
A mixed use development on South Africa Road creating affordable homes, a new Ark primary school, nursery, adult learning space, new youth zone and an large office building.
A new development fronting Wood Lane providing London Living Rent and Shared Ownership homes with future access to Television Centre via the railway arches.
The Hoxton, Shepherd’s Bush is a 237 bedroom hotel, with a wraparound bar and fiery Thai-Americana diner, located slap bang in the heart of a neighbourhood famed for rock ‘n’ roll, independent shops and vintage fashion.