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One of West London's most exciting commercial developments, Ealing Cross houses approximately 135,000 square feet of high-quality office accommodation. This Grade A office building is designed with modern finishes and spacious layouts that are bright and functional. Amenities include on-site shower facilities and car parking.
Serviced offices and shared workspaces at Ealing Cross are available a leading business centre. Opened in... More info
Situated at 52-53 The Mall, Saunders House provides fully serviced office accommodation in the heart of Ealing. With over 16,000 square feet of furnished workspaces, the business centre has a selection of offices spread over four levels. Each office enjoys high-speed wireless internet and 24-hour access if you ever need to work outside regular business hours.
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This glass-fronted business centre at 4-6 Wadsworth Road offers 41 units, including offices, commercial units and a meeting room. Office units range from 200 to 260 square feet and are available unfurnished.
Commercial units from 100 to 2,800 square feet can be used as workshops, studios, storage or for light industrial purposes. The centre also provides a virtual office service for organisations that do not need a physical... More info
Situated in close to Greenford's town centre, the office unit is at the centre of the private industrial estate. Excellent transport links mean it is about a half-hour's journey on the tube and ten minutes from the M40 motorway for commuters, clients and other visitors to your office. Wooden flooring and bright décor create a warm and professional workplace for you and your employees.
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With serviced offices, coworking and dedicated desk space for companies with 100 or more employees, First Central 200 at 2 Lakeside Drive boasts 162,000 square feet of office accommodation across ground and six upper floors.
The glazed building offers bright workspaces and has all the features you would expect from a modern workplace, from shower and locker facilities to Wi-Fi access and bicycle racks. The property also has CCTV... More info
Office accommodation at this West London business centre ranges from self-contained suites with two workstations to entire floors for larger businesses. Modern office spaces at the four-storey building are available with all-inclusive pricing and flexible terms.
Each space has plenty of natural light, stylish furniture, and the latest technology including CATV cabling and high-speed fibre broadband internet. To ensure IT systems... More info
Premium office suites furnished to a high standard, complete with spacious lounge and meeting rooms, IT and communications systems, on site parking, 24 hour access and security. More info
In addition to serviced offices and hygienic work units, this business centre is also home to high-quality commercial kitchens. Modular kitchens are perfect for start-up and established businesses looking to keep their capital costs down. They are designed with everything you need to get started, including ventilation, drainage, hygienic surfaces and waste collection. Since the kitchens are free of equipment, you can customise the space for... More info
With West End quality office accommodation at affordable rates, the serviced and furnished offices at at 47-49 Park Royal Road range from 75 to 1,000 square feet. Along with competitive rates for versatile spaces, the business centre benefits from extensive business support services. These include a spacious reception area with friendly staff to ensure your guests and other visitors are greeted with a professional welcome. Staff are also... More info
Business in Ealing
Ealing's strength lies in its strategic location between the West End and Heathrow Airport. This economic position has helped attract businesses from a variety of sectors. Major companies and employers with operations in the district include Carphone Warehouse, Ealing Hospital, GlaxoSmithKline, Kellogg, The Tetley Group, United Biscuits, and Walkers.
The commercial heart of Ealing is found close to Ealing Broadway station, particularly along The Mall, The Broadway and New Broadway. Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre has more than 80 shops and restaurants.
The film industry is one of Ealing's primary sectors. Opened in 1902, Ealing Studios is among the oldest in the world and the oldest continuously working studio. Many films were produced in Ealing, including Notting Hill, Shaun of the Dead and The Importance of Being Earnest.
Older comedies such as Kind Heats and Coronets, The Ladykillers, Passport to Pimlico, and The Lavender Hill Mob were also filmed at Ealing Studios. Downton abbey and Doctor Who were also shot at the studios, where the Met Film School London also has a campus.
Office Buildings in Ealing
Office spaces in Ealing are focused along The Broadway, New Broadway and Uxbridge Road. Perceval House on New Broadway houses the Ealing Borough Council's main offices. Redevelopment plans announced in 2015 will see improved offices for the council as well as new homes on the landmark office site.
The arrival of the Queen Elizabeth Line as part of the Crossrail project will improve connections from Ealing Broadway station to Heathrow Airport, Canary Wharf and the City in 2018. Regeneration around the station will bring new residential developments to Ealing as well as improved office accommodation.
Ealing Broadway shopping centre is also seeing significant renewal. Office accommodation in Crystal House is being replaced with new homes and shops adjacent to the shopping centre. International House will also be transformed into quality office space along the western edge of the centre. Both buildings will also have improved entrances to the shopping centre, which will also see improved landscaping and a new public plaza.
Due to the economic downturn in recent years, much of Ealing's office stock has been vacant. This has led to office buildings being demolished or replaced with residential units.
Like other parts of Ealing, Uxbridge Road is seeing a significant transformation and renewal. A number of new hotel developments have been built along the corridor since 2009, including Travelodge and Premier Inn properties.
Revitalisation in the area has removed some office buildings, including Westel House at 32-38 Uxbridge Road. Once the tallest building along Uxbridge Road, it was demolished and replaced with an Ibis Styles Hotel and two residential blocks. At the same time, Ealing Cross at 78-89 Uxbridge Road has introduced 135,000 square feet of modern Grade A office space and floor plates of around 18,000 square feet.
One of Europe's largest industrial estates is Royal Park, which is shared with the London boroughs of Hammersmith & Fulham and Brent. The sprawling site to the north-east of Ealing is a major hub for small businesses. Most of the companies at Park Royal employ less than 50 people. Central Middlesex Hospital and over 1,200 companies are based on the business estate, including about 500 food production businesses.
Ealing is a major suburban area and metropolitan centre in west London. The district is within the London Borough of Ealing and is its administrative centre. Once a rural village in Middlesex, the area changed dramatically with the arrival of rail in 1838. Ealing evolved from an area with market gardens supplying London during to a suburban commercial and residential hub starting from the nineteenth century. Villages within the district gradually merged as residential areas grew and removed natural boundaries.
Landmarks in the district include the historic Ealing Town Hall on Ealing Common. The Grade II listed Victorian building was originally built in 1887 and expanded in 1930. Another fine architectural wonder in Ealing is St Peter's Church. Built between 1892 and 1893, the church combines Arts and Crafts with late Victorian Gothic styles.
Ealing also hosts several festivals through the year. The largest and most popular is the annual Beer Festival. The event showcases more than 200 real ales each July. There are also annual festivals celebrating blues, comedy, jazz and opera.