A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE, WORK AND PLAY

£1bn
Generated by sales at Westfield London in 2017
£100m
Development of the Ealing Filmworks will include 200 new homes
90k
The current capacity of Wembley Stadium
15
Miles of Thames riverside

QUALITY LIVING

Fabulous town centres, top-class schools, colleges and universities, beautiful parks and huge retail centres offer the perfect mix for residents. The night-time economy is boosted by a string of world-famous theatre and music venues.

WEMBLEY STADIUM

The region is home to the England football team. Wembley Stadium hosts an array of huge sporting and entertainment events each year.

Wembley Stadium is the most iconic sporting venue in the United Kingdom, and arguably the world. Top-class sport has been a fixture there since the original stadium first opened in 1923. The new stadium opened in 2007 following a £798million construction. England play their home matches at Wembley, while the FA also host all their major finals here.
+ HOME TO MANY TOP TEAMS
5
Professional football teams in the area – Chelsea, Fulham, QPR, Brentford and Barnet.
Saracens
Rugby
In 2013, rugby giants Saracens moved to their new home at Allianz Park, in Barnet.

SHOPPING

Home to Europe’s biggest shopping centre, following Westfield London’s £600million extension. The giant retail outlet welcomed 27.5 million visitors in 2017, generating sales of £1 billion. Westfield has helped transform the surrounding area in Shepherd’s Bush and it is anticipated a similar transformation will happen at Brent Cross, when the iconic shopping centre’s extension is complete.

ARTS AND CULTURE

Whether you’re a fan of music, art, film or theatre, West London provides it in abundance. The Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith is known around the world, having first opened to the public in 1895. Movies have been made at Ealing Studios for over 100 years, while Angels Costumes, in Barnet, is an award-winning costume designer, housing the largest privately-owned collection of film, theatre and television costumes anywhere in the world.