The arches are part of TFL’s wider regeneration of 31 arches in the area for eating, socialising, shopping and working, as well improving connectivity. The site sits at the heart of the development between Westfield London and St. James’s White City Living, as well as nearby to Stanhope & Mitsui’s Television Centre, Imperial College’s 23-acre campus and White City Place.
The White City area has newly evolved as one of London’s most exciting destinations with 25,000 new jobs, and 5,000 new homes planned over the next 10 years. Substantial redevelopment has taken place including the Westfield extension and Television Centre, a mixed-use development home to Soho House and Publicis Media which have transformed the area into a creative hub. Further development is planned with more than a thousand homes being built adjacent to the arches at Wood Lane.
Managing Director, Tracey Pollard comments:
“We are delighted to be working with TFL on these prime arches. Having advised on the retail and restaurant leasing of Television Centre and White City Place we have seen first-hand the considerable changes to this vibrant creative hub and the arches at Wood Lane provide further opportunities to diversify the retail and leisure offer.”