Overview
Perceval House benefits from unrivaled connectivity to Central London, located approximately 6.3 miles west of Paddington and 9.5 miles east of Heathrow Airport. Neighbouring areas of Chiswick, Richmond, Twickenham, Hammersmith and Shepherds Bush (for Westfield London) are within easy reach.

Retail & Leisure

Ealing has an extensive retail and leisure offer, anchored by the British Land owned Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre, which has over 80 stores including M&S, Next, River Island, H&M, Tesco and Virgin Active. Exciting new arrivals to the centre include Swedish home store  Clas Ohlson, Australian stationer Smiggle and Japanese inspired Wasabi.

The Centre is benefiting from a £14 million pound refurbishment programme, and a newly revitalized Town Square is the focal point for activities and community events, including open air comedy evenings, summer screenings, markets and street food.

Whether you want to relax over a coffee at Artisan, enjoy a craft beer at The North Star, dine at the American kitchen, Limeyard, sip a cocktail at the Caribbean inspired Turtle Bay or enjoy the finest cuisine at Charlotte’s W5, Ealing really has something for everyone.

Ealing’s town centre will be substantially enhanced following the completion of St George’s Dickens Yard development in 2018, which is delivering nearly 700 new homes (over 90% sold) along with 100,000 sq ft of retail, leisure and restaurant space, attracting a whole variety of new boutique retail and leisure operators to Ealing for the very first time.

The Ealing Filmworks development will deliver a high-quality leisure quarter to the town centre, anchored by a 1,000 seat, 8 screen Picturehouse Cinema, which is due to open in 2019.

Lifestyle & Culture

Ealing is one of the greenest boroughs in London and is often referred to as ‘Queen of the Suburbs’ due to its tree lined streets, over 100 parks and open spaces including Walpole Park and Ealing Common. The Ealing Half Marathon has become a regular fixture of the Ealing calendar, voted the UK’s best half marathon.

Ealing also has a rich heritage with a wealth of historical landmarks including the distinctive Ealing Town Hall, John Sloane’s Pitzhanger Manor, Sir George Gilbert Scott’s Church of Christ the Saviour and the world renowned Ealing Studios, which is the oldest running film studios in the world.

Ealing has long been recognised as one of London’s leading centres for the arts. Established events like the Ealing Summer Festival offer a diverse range of world class entertainment for the whole family including jazz, blues and comedy. Ealing’s Questors is one of the largest amateur theatres in Europe, offering outstanding theatrical and musical performances. The Ealing Club will forever be remembered as the birthplace of British Rhythm & Blues and the Rolling Stones.

Education

Ealing is home to the University of West London (UWL), which has recently undertaken a £50 million investment programme. UWL is ranked joint first in London for graduate employment, with 96% of graduates in employment or further study six months after graduating.

In addition, Ealing enjoys some of the most successful schools in London. Local primary schools include Little Ealing, St Gregory’s and Christ the Saviour, whilst secondary schools include Twyford Church of England High School, The Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School and Drayton Manor High School. Independent schools include the co-educational St Benedict’s School, St Augustine’s Priory, Durston House boys prep school and Notting Hill and Ealing High School for girls.

Ealing has long been recognised as one of London’s leading centres for the arts. Established events like the Ealing Summer Festival offer a diverse range of world class entertainment for the whole family including jazz, blues and comedy. Ealing’s Questors is one of the largest amateur theatres in Europe, offering outstanding theatrical and musical performances. The Ealing Club will forever be remembered as the birthplace of British Rhythm & Blues and the Rolling Stones.

Business

Ealing is an excellent place for business, with more VAT registered businesses located here than anywhere else in west London. Its Park Royal industrial estate is the largest in Europe and is home to major companies including Diageo and The Carphone Warehouse.

Other companies established in the borough include Ferrero, Brompton Bikes, Dunnhumby, Random House Books, the British Marketing Research Bureau and the world famous Ealing Studios.

Ealing is an increasingly popular and good value location for businesses to occupy and will become one of the best connected business locations in west London when Crossrail opens in 2019, ideally situated between Central London, Heathrow and the Thames Valley. Ealing is also within easy reach of Chiswick Park, one of the leading business parks in west London.

Ealing has long been recognised as one of London’s leading centres for the arts. Established events like the Ealing Summer Festival offer a diverse range of world class entertainment for the whole family including jazz, blues and comedy. Ealing’s Questors is one of the largest amateur theatres in Europe, offering outstanding theatrical and musical performances. The Ealing Club will forever be remembered as the birthplace of British Rhythm & Blues and the Rolling Stones.

Places of Interest
Perceval House is located within the heart of Ealing town centre, just moments from a wide variety of great places to eat, drink, shop and relax.

Retail

1. As Nature Intended
2. Wholefood Organic
3. Farm W5
4. All Original
5. Monsoon
6. Fat Face
7. Next
8. River Island
9. M&S
10. Pandora
11. H&M
12. Tesco Metro
13. Bang & Olufsen
14. Clas Ohlson

Restaurants & Cafés

15. Kerbisher + Malt
16. Artisan
17. Bill’s
18. Franco Manca
19. The North Star
20. The Draper’s Arms
21. The Grove
22. Carluccio’s
23. Charlotte’s W5
24. Hare & Tortoise
25. Harris & Hoole
26. Patisserie Valerie
27. Creams Italian Gelato
28. Limeyard
29. Turtle bay

Developments

30. The Apex
31. Dicken’s Yard
32. 1-8 The Broadway
33. Ealing Filmworks
34. Ealing Cross

Other

35. Ealing Town Hall
36. Ealing Film Studios
37. University of West London
38. Church of Christ the Saviour
39. Virgin Active
40. Questor’s Theatre