Situated in the shadows of White City and the former home of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Ladbroke Grove still has a distinctly creative feel with many media and arts businesses working out of the W10 district. It’s a leafy, culturally diverse corner of West London, but well positioned for getting into Notting Hill and Central London: Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park tube stations are in Zone 2 on the Hammersmith & City Line.
There’s no doubt that Westbourne Park is one of London’s most up-and-coming, fashionable residential areas with its tree-lined streets creating a distinct village feel to life in W10. It’s this laidback way of life which is so popular with creative industries that flock to the district. Young professionals working here also love the fact they are only moments from Portobello Road and its world-famous market, restaurants and trendy bars.
There is no better time to become a part of the thriving entrepreneurial community that’s developing across the W10 area.
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