New character retail,
restaurant and bar space
in West London

Transport for London are regenerating 31 railway arches to create a destination for working, shopping, eating and socialising. Phase 1 is nearing completion and will provide 8,900 sq ft of space across 11 railway arches with units ranging from 735 to 1,750 sq ft benefitting from  A1/2/3/4 consent and opening hours of 7/8am to 12/1am.

34m visitors per
annum to Westfield
London

Significant public realm improvements have provided pedestrianised access between Westfield London and St James’s White City Living, as well as a better link from Stanhope & Mitsui’s Television Centre, Imperial College’s 23 acre campus and White City Place to Westfield London and Shepherd’s Bush.

Four stations within a
few minutes walk

Located just 3 miles from Central London the Wood Lane Arches benefit from excellent accessibility by numerous modes of sustainable travel. The Hammersmith & City and Circle lines provide direct connections to Paddington, King’s Cross and Liverpool Street from Wood Lane Underground Station. White City Underground Station is only a minute’s walk away and provides a direct service on the Central Line to Oxford Street and Bank.

Shepherd’s Bush Rail Station is part of the Southern Interchange. It connects to the West London Line and Southern Line. The station is a few minutes walk away. White City Bus Station is located approximately 150m from the site. The location of the arches is also convenient for access to the London Cycle Network and the development provides 66 secure cycle spaces for both staff and visitors.

The arches are pedestrianised and not accessible to cars, however parking is available in neighbouring Westfield London.

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Discover London's most exciting
new neighbourhood

The White City Opportunity Area consists of five major developments that come together to create a vibrant mix of top quality residential, office, retail and public realm. These projects will deliver 2.3m sq ft of retail, 2.2m sq ft of offices and 5,000 new homes to the area. The Wood Lane Arches are nestled right in the middle of it all.

Connecting pedestrian arches and active frontages on both elevations of each arch mean that these units will truly benefit from all the neighbouring activity.


White City Living

Adjacent to the Arches on the north elevation is a new residential development by Berkeley St James delivering approximately 1,800 residential units from 2019 (with planning being sought for an additional 700) and a stunning new 5-acre public park. Tenants of the Arches will have the opportunity for outdoor seating overlooking the park.

In addition to the extensive residential offer, White City Living will be home to a wide variety of shops, restaurants, cafés and bars alongside spaces for performances, markets and exhibitions.

The scheme’s landscaping further includes a walkway from the newly opened pedestrianised arches across to Wood Lane. This therefore provides a route from Westfield London and the Arches to Wood Lane and White City Underground Stations, Television Centre and beyond.

Westfield London Phase II

Immediately adjacent to the Arches on the south elevation is a new John Lewis department store – part of the 750,000 sq ft Westfield expansion that is bringing approximately 80 new shops, restaurants, cafes and entertainment venues to the area, over 1500 new homes and Westfield’s new office accommodation.

The extension boasts a host of new flagship stores including Urban Revivo, Primark, H&M and Adidas, as well as a new restaurant and leisure offer centred around Westfield Square that includes All Star Lanes, Puttshack, Ichiba and Maple.

Westfield Square is a new pedestrianised public entertainment space hosting events, including live music and performances. Facing into the square is London’s biggest full-motion retail screen on which events such as the Royal Wedding and Wimbledon are aired. It is predicted that 9.8million people will see the screen every year. Tenants of the Wood Lane Arches will have the opportunity for outdoor seating fronting onto Westfield Square.

The retail and residential expansion will generate an additional 8,000 jobs resulting in employment figures at Westfield London being 20,000 by the end of 2018

Television Centre

Within a couple of minutes’ walk from the arches Soho House private members club, Bluebird Café and Electric Cinema form part of an exciting mix of new occupiers within the redeveloped former BBC Television Centre, a development by Stanhope and Mitsui Fudosan.

Residential and office accommodation make up the other parts of this development, including BBC Worldwide, three television studios, a new HQ for The White Company and the recently completed letting to Publicis; at 212,000 sq ft this is the largest London office letting in 2018. Over 430 residential units will be delivered as part of Phase 1 by the end of 2018

Imperial College's White City Campus

Imperial College London are developing a 23-acre campus bringing together world-class researchers, businesses and partners from academia to work, share ideas and turn cutting-edge research into benefits for society.

The campus will be open to the public and will include accommodation for over 600 postgraduates. It will further introduce new public realm, places to eat and drink and will provide new pedestrian and cycle routes throughout the site connecting the campus to both existing communities, neighbouring developments and public transport links

White City Place

Within a short walking distance of the Wood Lane Arches is White City Place, a 700,000 sq ft creative business district developed by Stanhope and Mitsui Fudosan. The development has established itself as a hub for fashion and tech office occupiers with a line-up including Yoox Net-a-Porter, Ralph Russo, Jellycat, BBC, ITV and Huckletree Co-Working with employment levels already in excess of 5,000.

  • White City Living

    Adjacent to the Arches on the north elevation is a new residential development by Berkeley St James delivering approximately 1,800 residential units from 2019 (with planning being sought for an additional 700) and a stunning new 5-acre public park. Tenants of the Arches will have the opportunity for outdoor seating overlooking the park.

    In addition to the extensive residential offer, White City Living will be home to a wide variety of shops, restaurants, cafés and bars alongside spaces for performances, markets and exhibitions.

    The scheme’s landscaping further includes a walkway from the newly opened pedestrianised arches across to Wood Lane. This therefore provides a route from Westfield London and the Arches to Wood Lane and White City Underground Stations, Television Centre and beyond.

  • Westfield London Phase II

    Immediately adjacent to the Arches on the south elevation is a new John Lewis department store – part of the 750,000 sq ft Westfield expansion that is bringing approximately 80 new shops, restaurants, cafes and entertainment venues to the area, over 1500 new homes and Westfield’s new office accommodation.

    The extension boasts a host of new flagship stores including Urban Revivo, Primark, H&M and Adidas, as well as a new restaurant and leisure offer centred around Westfield Square that includes All Star Lanes, Puttshack, Ichiba and Maple.

    Westfield Square is a new pedestrianised public entertainment space hosting events, including live music and performances. Facing into the square is London’s biggest full-motion retail screen on which events such as the Royal Wedding and Wimbledon are aired. It is predicted that 9.8million people will see the screen every year. Tenants of the Wood Lane Arches will have the opportunity for outdoor seating fronting onto Westfield Square.

    The retail and residential expansion will generate an additional 8,000 jobs resulting in employment figures at Westfield London being 20,000 by the end of 2018

  • Television Centre

    Within a couple of minutes’ walk from the arches Soho House private members club, Bluebird Café and Electric Cinema form part of an exciting mix of new occupiers within the redeveloped former BBC Television Centre, a development by Stanhope and Mitsui Fudosan.

    Residential and office accommodation make up the other parts of this development, including BBC Worldwide, three television studios, a new HQ for The White Company and the recently completed letting to Publicis; at 212,000 sq ft this is the largest London office letting in 2018. Over 430 residential units will be delivered as part of Phase 1 by the end of 2018

  • Imperial College's White City Campus

    Imperial College London are developing a 23-acre campus bringing together world-class researchers, businesses and partners from academia to work, share ideas and turn cutting-edge research into benefits for society.

    The campus will be open to the public and will include accommodation for over 600 postgraduates. It will further introduce new public realm, places to eat and drink and will provide new pedestrian and cycle routes throughout the site connecting the campus to both existing communities, neighbouring developments and public transport links

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  • White City Place

    Within a short walking distance of the Wood Lane Arches is White City Place, a 700,000 sq ft creative business district developed by Stanhope and Mitsui Fudosan. The development has established itself as a hub for fashion and tech office occupiers with a line-up including Yoox Net-a-Porter, Ralph Russo, Jellycat, BBC, ITV and Huckletree Co-Working with employment levels already in excess of 5,000.

Availability - Phase 1

Arch Sq m Sq Ft Availability
93* 80.0 861 Available
92* 81.2 874 Available
91* 81.5 877 Available
90* 81.1 873 Available
89* 80.7 869 LET
88* 79.9 860 LET
87 68.8 741 Available
Arch Sq m Sq Ft Availability
83 68.4 736 Available
82 68.6 738 Available
81 68.6 738 Available
80 68.6 738 Available

*Arches can be combined to create double units. Maximum ceiling height approximately 4.5m. Floor areas have been calculated by Plowman Craven Associates. Two shared service arches provide areas for commercial refuse, staff cycle storage and staff shower and w/c's.





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dominic@brucegillinghampollard.com

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