Wednesday 2 January 2019
Situated to the west of London, in an area undergoing impressive regeneration, Park Royal is a burgeoning community with a wealth of local amenities on the doorstep. Already the UK’s largest manufacturing and logistics district, Park Royal and its surrounding area is set to become the UK capital’s hotspot for residential and business development in 2030.
From shops, cafes and restaurants, to leisure and entertainment options, Park Royal is ideally located to benefit from all the local area has to offer. A good selection of primary and secondary schools makes it an excellent choice for families.
Significant investment nearby in west London has already led to the creation of White City, London’s fastest growing retail, fashion and creative media district, and flagship shopping destination, the Westfield Shopping Centre. The area is also home to the 25-acre, £3bn Imperial College London, 8th in the World University Rankings 2018. A new 45-bedroom hotel, complete with private member’s club and rooftop swimming pool, is also being constructed by Soho House.
A short walk away lies the leafy, affluent district of Chiswick, with its thriving café culture and abundance of high-street and independent stores. The area boasts a village-style feel, with an array of riverside bars and restaurants, providing the ideal spot to enjoy a coffee, lunch or dinner.
For those looking to escape the hustle and bustle, there are plenty of options, from the world-famous Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, to Syon House and Gardens, the landmark home of the Duke of Northumberland, as well as the Roman-style Palladian villa and grounds at Chiswick House.
To the west of Park Royal, lies the bustling district of Ealing, birthplace of the famous Ealing studios and Ealing Blues Club, and a thriving base for film-makers and musicians. Here, parks are plentiful, independent shops thrive and food lovers are spoilt for choice with top quality restaurants and pubs.
If all this is not enough, Park Royal benefits from state-of-the-art transport links into central London and beyond, making travel further afield for work and leisure a breeze.