Investing at Television Centre


“Television Centre has proven to be one of the most popular developments in London for renters. The host of amenities it offers has not been rivalled by any other development at a similar price point. The convenience of transport links has also made it hugely appealing to a broad range of tenants. Many investors have been very satisfied with the strong tenant demand and rental figures achieved.”

Lorenzo Carraro,
Head of Residential Development Lettings, Savills

12

minutes to Bond Street on central line

425

shops at Westfield London — Europes’s largest Shopping centre

10%

Approx rental growth since beginning of 2018 Based on similar unit types rather than direct re let data

5k

Workers already in White City, rising to over 10k by end of 2019

Key Rental Data
  • Studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments available from £785,000 with 975 year leases
  • Rental growth of around 10% since beginning of 2018* based on similar unit types rather than direct re let data
  • Estimated 5 year growth of 11% forecast per S&P research
  • Gross yields of up to 4.5%
  • Bedrooms

  • Studio
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • Premium
  • Achieved rentals (per week)

  • £392 – £445
  • £400 – £550
  • £600 – £900
  • £850 – £1,150
  • £1,800
  • Achieved gross yields (per annum)

  • 3.4 – 4.2%
  • 2.8 – 4.1%
  • 2.5 – 4.5%
  • 2.9 – 3.6%
  • 2.5%

* Based on Nov 2018 rental report

Transport

Television Centre is served by three local stations: White City (Central), Wood Lane (Hammersmith & City, Circle) and Sherpherd’s Bush (Central, Overground, National Rail).

The West End is a 10-minute drive via the Westway (A40), and London Heathrow is just over half an hour by taxi.

Travel times by Underground from White City / Wood Lane:

  • 2 mins
    Shepherd’s Bush
  • 12 mins
    Bond Street
  • 22 mins
    King’s Cross St Pancras
  • 25 mins
    Bank
  • 7 mins
    Paddington
  • 14 mins
    Oxford Circus
  • 25 mins
    Hammersmith
  • 32 mins
    Canary Wharf
Workplace

White City’s regeneration has widened the neighbourhood’s reach from media hub to exciting, multidisciplinary business, technology, science and fashion district.

Occupiers at Television Centre include: Publicis Group, Soho Works, The White Company and BBC Studios – a total of over 3,800 workers.

Just up the road at White City Place, occupiers include: Yoox Net-a-Porter, Huckletree, Novartis, The Royal College of Art, Red Bee and Jelly Cat – a total of over 5,000 workers which is projected to rise to over 7,000 by the end of 2019.

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Education

White City is increasingly becoming a hub for post-secondary institutions. Imperial College’s new 23-acre campus is of similar scale to their home in South Kensington. The Royal College of Art have also opened a new campus in White City, and other world-class universities are within easy proximity, thanks to Television Centre’s excellent transport links. A selection of primary schools are a short distance away, while world class institutions are a car journey away.

  • 5 mins
    Imperial College White City
  • 22 mins
    Harrow School
  • 24 mins
    University College London (UCL)
  • 31 mins
    Imperial College South Kensington
  • 5 mins
    Royal College of Art White City
  • 24 mins
    Eton College
  • 26 mins
    London School of Economics (LSE)
  • 33 mins
    King’s College London
Shopping

In autumn 2018, Westfield London completed work on a second phase that created the largest shopping centre in Europe with over 425 shops, eateries and leisure opportunities, including a new flagship John Lewis department store, All Star Lanes bowling and Ichiba – Europe’s largest Japanese food hall.

Brands at Westfield include:

  • Apple
  • Aquascutum
  • Burberry
  • Coach
  • Dior
  • Gucci
  • John Lewis
  • Lacoste
  • Louis Vuitton
  • Mulberry
  • Nike
  • Prada
  • Sandro
  • Tory Burch
  • Tiffany & Co
  • Versace