With wide streets and low-rise buildings, Ealing encompasses a sense of space and openness. Tenants can take advantage of the parks and open spaces for al fresco dining at lunchtime or for a quick run between meetings. Ealing’s great transport links and suburban appeal make it a highly desirable location for businesses and residents alike. Nearby places of interest A great place to entertain clients, Ealing has many attractions on its doorstep. Iconic venue, Wembley Arena and the notable Wembley Stadium are accessible within minutes, offering live entertainment and world class sporting events. Perivale, Sudbury and West Middlesex golf clubs are also moments away and all available for corporate hire. Tenants can choose the beautiful gardens and cafés of Gunnersbury Park, Osterley Park or Turnham Green for meeting business representatives and nearby Wormwood Scrubs Nature Reserve is great for bird and wildlife watching, offering a novel way to entertain visiting clients.
In less than 30 minutes, tenants can be in Chelsea and the centre of London. Offices in Ealing benefit from easy access to all the top London attractions, with the advantage of being based in an open green setting.
Already in the neighbourhood
Pharmaceutical giant, GlaxoSmithKline has offices in Ealing, as well as world leading audience research company, Kantar Media. The most famous business in Ealing however must be the Ealing Studios, which has produced some classic British films, such as Notting Hill, The Importance of Being Ernest and Shaun of the Dead.
Area history and pop culture
Ealing’s origins date back to the Bronze Age, boasting a rich and colourful history since. The oldest remaining English census was conducted in Ealing and dates back to 1599 and today, Ealing Studios, the oldest film studio in Britain, can also be found here.
Population and demographics
More than 16% of Ealing’s 46,000 inhabitants are retired, though the average age of the area is 34. Over 52% are educated to degree level and around 20% of the total population are migrants.
The borough of Ealing spans a large area and as such there are many available routes to easily commute to and from your office space.
Train services, First Great Western, Heathrow Connect and the London Overground service all run through Ealing. The London Overground stops at Acton and South Acton, connecting tenants to Central London. First Great Western lines link from the West of England via the outer suburbs of western London, through Ealing to its central terminus at Paddington. Heathrow Connect provides tenants with easy access to international clients through Heathrow airport, which is less than 30 minutes away.
There is an extensive bus service, providing excellent transport links on routes with no over-ground or underground links, including the following services: 65, 83, 92, 112, 195, 207, 226, 282, 297, 427, 607, E1, E2, E3, E7, E8, E9, E10, E11, N7, N11 and N207.
Sitting on the outer limits of the underground network, Ealing benefits from easy access to the rest of London. The Central line stops at Northolt, Perivale, Hanger Lane, North Acton and West Acton. The Piccadilly Line runs through the centre of the borough, servicing Park Royal, Ealing Common, Acton Town, South Ealing, Northfields and Boston Manor. The District Line runs along the southern border, travelling through Turnham Green, Chiswick Park, Acton Town and Ealing Common.
The M4, M1 and the M25 are all within easy reach, connecting Ealing to The West and The North of England as well as to the London Orbital.