The site offers exceptional accessibility into Central London and is conveniently located just 8 minutes walk (600m) from Ealing Broadway station. Situated in Zone 3, the site offers a vast range of transport options, which means it has an excellent PTAL rating of 6a.

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Train & Tube

Ealing Broadway station provides excellent public transport links to central London via the Central and District lines (London Underground). Fast and frequent trains connect Ealing Broadway to London Paddington in just 10 minutes and Heathrow Airport in just 23 minutes, where the high speed service continues west to Slough, Reading and Oxford. In addition the Night Tube will be launching on the Central Line in August 2016, providing a 24 hour service at weekends.


Ealing will also benefit from the opening of Crossrail (Elizabeth Line) services in 2019, which will link Reading and Heathrow in the west to Shenfield in the east directly through central London. Crossrail services will reduce the journey time from Ealing Broadway to Bond Street from 25 minutes to just 11 minutes. You will be able to travel to Liverpool Street in 18 minutes, Canary Wharf in 25 minutes and Heathrow Airport in just 15 minutes.


Numerous bus routes run past the site including No. 83, 207/N207, 427 and 607, serving destinations including Golders Green, Acton High Street, Shepherd’s Bush Green and Uxbridge.


Ealing is increasingly popular with cyclists whom have benefited from significant investment in cycle facilities over the last few years. The Cycle Hub opposite Ealing Broadway station, increased the cycle parking provision by 89%.

Ealing is set to benefit from proposals to build a cycle superhighway between Tower Hill and North Acton, which is planned to connect to the centre of Ealing via a new cycle link.


The site is accessible by car via the A406 (North Circular), A4020 and the B455 all of which connect Ealing with Central London. The A40 is located less than two miles to the north and connects to the M40 providing access to Oxford, Birmingham and beyond. The M4 (J2) is located less than two miles to the south, linking London to Slough, Maidenhead, Reading, Bath and Bristol. Existing vehicular access to the site is from Longfield Avenue.

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All of London’s major airports including Heathrow, London City and Gatwick are within easy reach of the site. There are regular direct train services from Ealing Broadway to Heathrow Airport, with a journey time of 23 minutes, which will fall to just 15 minutes following the arrival of Crossrail (Elizabeth Line) services in 2019.