Study Tour to White City and the Television Centre







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There’s a lot to see in White City, West London's thriving new district, and they’re opening their doors to you.

Establishing itself as a centre of arts, culture, business and entertainment, the £8bn long-term development project is driven by Westfield London, Imperial College, Stanhope and Berkeley St James. 

Rich in history, dynamic and rapidly changing, you'll hear about some of the key areas below and take a tour of the Television Centre and BBC studios too! If you've ever wanted to see where Graham Norton and Good Morning Britain is filmed, now's your chance!

White City Place

A new creative tech, business and life science campus developed by Mitsui Fudosan, AIMCo and Stanhope, and designed by Allies and Morrison, offers 566,290 sq. ft. of new office space, as well as 17,500 sq. ft. of retail space, including YOOX-Net-A-Porter and Huckletree.

White City Living

A ten acre development costing £615m, with 1,800 new homes planned by 2024. The area, developed by St James – part of the Berkeley Group – and designed by architect Patel Taylor includes a new five acre public park as well as secluded gardens for residents only.

Westfield London

Westfield London is the capital’s pioneering shopping and leisure destination. Developed and managed by Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, who tasked Allies and Morrison and Sheppard Robson with the design, the centre opened in 2008. After a recent £600 million extension, it is now the largest shopping centre in Europe, with a total of 450 stores spread over 2.6m sq ft, and 39 million visitors annually

Television Centre

It’s one of the most iconic developments in recent years. Retaining its architectural heritage, it's becoming a modern mixed use space including a hotel, offices, restaurants, television studios and more. 


TfL has created commercial and retail units in the railway arches at Wood Lane Tube station to contribute to the regeneration of the area, opening up some of the arches as public access routes and to support new jobs and opportunities for businesses. TfL owns 31 arches in the Hammersmith & City line railway viaduct at Wood Lane Tube station, which will become cafés, restaurants or shops.



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