Television Centre is a major redevelopment of a West London landmark in an area of London that is undergoing a multi-billion pound regeneration.
Television Centre will provide up to 950 new homes for London, from contemporary conversions to a range of new architectural designs within this historic West London landmark. Residents will benefit from a range of amenities including an impressive double height entrance lobby, 24-hour concierge, residents lounge, and screening and meeting rooms adaptable for private dinners.
Life at Television Centre is designed in the round, where residents will benefit from a gym and fitness club with spa, independent cafés and restaurants on the famous forecourt, and a four-screen cinema.
Television Centre will be alive day and night, with new office buildings designed by award-winning practices AHMM and Duggan Morris at the centre of the development’s vitality.
Soho House hotel will provide 47 bedrooms with views over the famous Television Centre terraces as well as a restaurant at ground floor level.
The private members’ club for people in the creative industries specialises in creating a comfortable home-from-home. The multi-levelled club at Television Centre will feature a rooftop swimming pool and bar – the perfect place for members to enjoy Soho House’s exclusive lifestyle and trademark cocktails.
The wider plan, already underway in White City will create in the region of 5000 new homes (over the next 15 years), 30 acres of public space and 2 million sq ft of office space.
The Helios includes apartments reimagined from the original Grade II listed building as well as new designs overlooking landscaped grounds.
The apartments in The Crescent are distinctly modern in design, with views from individual balconies overlooking the private gardens and Hammersmith Park.
Totalling 145 acres of development, White City is home to world class brands and entertainment, with excellent transport connections, unrivalled shopping at Westfield, cutting-edge innovation at Imperial College, the best in culture from the BBC, a thriving business hub in White City Place, and thousands of quality new homes – White City is becoming the best place to live, work, shop and enjoy.
Imperial College London is onsite and investing £3bn in a 25-acre site to create an exciting new academia hub that sits at the intersection of commerce and industry. A £200m Research and Translation hub will have space for 1,000 researchers alongside 50 spin-out companies, supporting innovation on an unprecedented scale in London. A cutting-edge engineering research hub, as well as additional homes to support the campus, are also planned.
Westfield London’s second phase comprises an additional 750,000 sq ft of new retail, cafes, restaurants and leisure, bringing the UK's No.1 ranked shopping centre (Source: CACI) up to a total of 425 outlets.
250,000 sq ft is dedicated to a new department store for John Lewis - set to open March 2018.
Berkeley St James has secured planning for up to 1,465 new homes over the next fifteen years.
The initial phase will include bridging over the Central line tracks opposite Television Centre and creating a major new public park for local residents and visitors to enjoy, with direct access through the railway arches to John Lewis and Westfield's extension
White City Place – an established business campus close to the Westway – the site will include 700,000 sq ft of new office space, while over 3,000 BBC staff will continue to make the area a vibrant and creative working environment.
Television Centre is the reinvention of a London landmark into a working, living, thriving community.
Arriving at Television Centre, the famous forecourt is being transformed with new landscaped gardens and mature planting, and by restaurants offering al fresco dining.
Three historic studios are being refurbished to provide up-to-date facilities, complete with in-house expertise and equipment, and will host great new live audience recordings.
A carefully curated selection of cafés and restaurants opens out onto the central terraces with al fresco summertime dining.
Soho house will contain a 47-bedroom hotel, restaurant, rooftop pool and bar, this private members' club for the creative industry specialises in creating a comfortable home-from-home.
A four-screen cinema will show a selection of blockbusters, art house films and special screenings for residents and visitors alike.
2 Television Centre and 1 Wood Crescent will provide 500,000 sq ft of new Grade A offices, with BBC Worldwide already resident in 1 Television Centre.
1.Non-refundable Reservation fee: £1m: £2,500; Over £1m: £5,000
2.10% deposit (Less reservation fee) is payable within 21 days from exchange of contracts.
3.10% deposit payable 12 months after exchange of contracts
4.Balance due upon completion.