Overall vision

British Land has taken a decision to make a long-term commitment to Ealing Town Centre by significantly investing in the area.

Overall, our aim is to ensure that Ealing remains an attractive place to live, work and visit for many years to come and to add to and complement Ealing Broadway’s existing shops and businesses.

Our core aspirations are to:

Increase local economic investment and spending by bringing more businesses to the area

Meet our sustainability targets by ensuring that every decision taken is environmentally and socially intelligent.

 

Improve local connections through the town centre and create new public spaces for people to enjoy

Improve Ealing Broadway's commercial and retail offer

Our commitment to Ealing Broadway is based on a number of reasons:

1.

With six different stations nearby and the impending arrival of the Elizabeth Line, the transport connections in Ealing are unrivalled and we believe that this will ensure Ealing remains a vibrant centre for years to come.

2.

The shift towards home working and focus on shopping locally as a result of the pandemic, has increased the popularity of residential areas such as Ealing, which in turn has become more attractive to businesses of all sectors and sizes.

3.

Market trends are increasingly showing a growing demand for flexible, high quality office space and we are excited to have the opportunity to position Ealing Town Centre to attract the best businesses, jobs and investment.

Ealing Town Centre Projects

The Broadway Connection

Formerly known as ’10-40 The Broadway’, we are at the very early stages of considering how to improve this part of the town centre. At present our vision is focused on creating new office space, improving the retail and food & beverage offer, as well as the connections to Ealing Broadway Station.

Find out more here.

International House – 7 The High Street

International House comprises approximately 100,000 sqft of office space and is sat above the shops that line the High Street on the western end of the shopping centre. The offices are accessed from street level via elevators. Working with architects Barr Gazetas, we have set out plans for this office building to bring it up to modern standards, provide additional high quality commercial space and improve its overall appearance.

Find out more here.

The former Nightclub

We are pleased to announce that our proposals to repurpose the former LA Confidential and Karma nightclub and provide a new cultural venue to the town centre have been approved by LB Ealing last month.

Find out more here.

 

 

54 The Broadway

We have recently completed a refurbishment of this office space. Further details of the new tenant will shortly be published on the Ealing Central website.

Find out more here.

We are keen to understand your views about the future of Ealing Town Centre and how you think British Land could help make the area the best place to work, live and visit. We therefore ask that you please take a couple of minutes and complete our short survey.