There’s excellent public transport links for any businesses in the W3 district, with a number of underground stations providing regular access into Central London. Acton Town (Piccadilly and District Lines), North Acton (Central Line) and West Acton (Central Line) are all within walking distance, while a number of bus routes also serve the area.
Journey times across the capital from W3 are also set to be transformed by 2018 with the arrival of Crossrail to Acton’s mainline rail station – cutting the journey time into Central London to less than 10 minutes. Subsequently, very few other London districts will be able to compete with Acton’s blend of great value property and services with ease of transport links.
Acton is also well served by major road routes into and out of the city. The Westway, North Circular Road and junction 1 of the M4 motorway skirt the W3 postcode region.
Outside of office hours, there are a great number of green spaces to explore for an inner-city district. Acton Park and Gunnersbury Park – a listed amenity – offer tranquil retreats after a busy day in the office. It’s this blend of space and connectivity that makes commercial property in W3 so popular with media and creative arts industries.
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