Why choose commercial property in Southall
Take a short walk along Southall Broadway and you will soon see the town’s bustling local economy with everything from food and clothes stalls to antiques and electronics. Southall Market is also extremely popular, with its raft of lively bazaars and enthusiastic street sellers creating a diverse commercial culture.
It’s also an area that’s primed for redevelopment to its transport links. A new Crossrail station has been earmarked which will not only transform Southall’s connections across the capital and beyond, but improve with urban landscape in and around the station. Permission has already been granted for 3,750 new homes on the Southall Gas Works site and the redeveloped Southall station will also feature an impressive new civic space for the public.
For new and growing companies looking for a light industrial depot that provides outstanding links into the heart of the capital and across the country, Southall ticks all the right boxes. The A40, M4 and M25 are all in close proximity and the town is far enough removed from Central London and the subsequent costs incurred of having a business base in the inner city.
Outside of office hours, Southall boasts plenty of excellent eateries and watering holes to relax and unwind during evenings and weekends. Southall’s Punjabi restaurants offer a dining experience to rival Brick Lane along with the clutch of street food stands that captivate fanatical foodies.