White City Living

White City W12
C3E
Mixed use

Key Details

Address
Wood Lane, London W12 7RQ
Completion
2026
Flats
1465
Prices from
£845,000
Use Classes
C3, E
Website

Overview

White City Living is a mixed-use development adjacent to Westfield Shopping Centre in London W12.

Designed by Patel Taylor and set among eight acres of green open spaces.

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1,815 homes include suites, apartments, penthouses and duplexes.

Live Parkside launched in January 2021.

Phase 2, The Water Gardens, launched in 2020. A collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments with outdoor space. All apartments have views to the central stream that winds over 150 metres through an elegant landscape of traditional plants and low hanging trees. Expected completions from Q4 2022.

Cassini Tower
35-storey Cassini Tower launched in summer 2020.

AMENITIES
- Concierge
- Private cinema
- Private dining room with kitchen
- Business lounge
- 17m swimming pool
- Gym
- Café

TRANSPORT
The development is adjacent to White City station. Wood Lane station is just a few minutes' walk away. Shepherd's Bush station - 5 minutes' walk.

HISTORY

The works commenced in August 2016 and the development will take 10 years in phases.

Formerly occupied by a Marks & Spencer warehouse, the 4.2 hectare (10 acre) brownfield site will be transformed into a residential neighbourhood set in a new 4 acre public park White City Green.

Phase 1 created 406 homes completed in 2019.
Launched in London 2nd & 3rd September 2017.
CBRE launch in Hong Kong on 16th and 17th September 2017.

2015 May - St James secures a resolution to grant planning permission from the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham for a new development with up to 1,465 homes in White City.

The whole development aims to deliver up to 1,465 new homes, along with commercial, office, community and leisure space. It will bring £615m of investment, create 620 jobs in construction, 350 permanent jobs on completion, and deliver just over 30% affordable housing on and off-site.

Award-winning architectural practice, Patel Taylor, was appointed as the architect, masterplanner and landscape architect to develop proposals for the site following a design competition. The concept of 'Living in the Park' will inform all the place-making, while the massing and architectural detail of the buildings creates a series of unique settings across the site.

A new bridge and pedestrian deck across the Central Line will improve connectivity from Wood Lane and provide direct access to Westfield London to the south. The pedestrian deck also provides an enhanced setting for BBC Television Centre.

St James worked very closely with the local community through an extensive nine-month engagement programme. Workshops, site visits, one to one meetings and public exhibitions all shaped the final proposals.

The developer also involved the local secondary school, Phoenix High School, supporting students to put forward their masterplans for White City Green through a series of design and regeneration workshops.

The Marks and Spencer Warehouse was vacated in July 2016 and construction is planned to start at the earliest opportunity. The scheme will be delivered in a number of phases over a 15 year period.

The development was launched in Spring 2017.

Neighbouring Buildings

Westfield London shopping centre
Television Centre
Wood Lane Underground Station

Site & Location

Right next to Westfield Shepherd's Bush, across the road from Television Centre and White City Place developments. Within short walking distance from Holland Park and Portobello Road in Notting Hill.

Transport

TUBE
White City Underground StationCentral
BUS
White City Station220, 228, 272, 72, 95, N72

Team

Company
Type
Developer
Architect
Architect
Landscape Architect
Sales
JLL
Sales

Timeline

News, events, milestones and offers from the new development
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Disclaimer

Information on this page is for guidance only and remains subject to change. Buildington does not sell or let this property. For more information about this property please register your interest on the original website or get in touch with the Connected Companies.