White City Place

White City Place is made up of a collection of re‑imagined buildings by RIBA award-winning architects Allies Morrison set around a central avenue with high quality retail, restaurants, gardens and square.

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The MediaWorks

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The WestWorks

Garden House Garden

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Technical Networks

The power of technical networks has never been more potent. We now have the tools to understand and innovate businesses at every level, from identifying the potential in markets globally, to directly learning from individuals. It has also never been more important for businesses to have safe, fast, resilient access to these technical networks.

With its inherent capacity and distinct legacy – and having been awarded WiredScore Platinum – White City Place is uniquely placed to provide an easy, ready-to-trade service for new business.


    The highest certification for pre‑enabled connectivity.

    All major communications providers are already here.

    Typical speeds are offered from 2GBps to 10GBps connections.

    Infrastructure with a high level of resilience.

    Sophisticated infrastructure connects to top-tier data centre providers.

    White City Place offers a managed network service.

    Unobstructed microwave and satellite dish transmission.

This ambitious regeneration project will herald great changes for white city over the next five years.

White city is set to deliver

  • Offices

    2.2 million sq ft

  • Retail

    2.3 million sq ft

    Westfield London, 425 stores including John Lewis

  • Leisure

    Soho House hotel and members’ club

    3 screen boutique cinema

    25,000 sq ft gym

    30 acres of public space

  • Residential

    4,730 homes

  • Education

    25-acre site with state-of-the-art education facilities

    211,220 sq ft of incubator and laboratory space and accommodation for 600 postgraduates

  • Television Studios

    Three television recording studios totalling 22,500 sq ft

The UK leads the EU ‘big five’ nations when it comes to superfast access with 95% of premises by 2017
Sources: WiredScore, Department of Media, Culture and Sport, SQW