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London Districts - W4, W6, W8 & W14



Chiswick is on the western fringe of London, approximately 5 miles west of central London, 8 miles east of Heathrow airport and situated at the start of the North Circular Road and the M4 motorway, the latter providing a direct connection to Heathrow Airport and the M25 London orbital motorway.

It is an established office area, with many multinational organisations. Occupiers include British Standards Institute, Corinthian Television, CBS News, UIP, Singapore Airlines and Tullow Oil amongst others. The total built stock of offices is approximately 2.5 million sq. ft.

Chiswick is served by the London Underground District and Piccadilly Lines (four stations: Chiswick Park, Gunnersbury, Stamford Brook and Turnham Green) and two National Rail lines: the Hounslow Loop Line (from Chiswick and Kew Bridge stations) and the North London Line (from Gunnersbury and South Acton stations).

The largest office development is Chiswick Park comprising approximately 1 million sq ft on an office campus.

A range of other office developments stretch the length of Chiswick High Road.

Andrew Denford & Boyd represent a large number of occupiers in the Chiswick area including IDC, Comdisco, Market One, The British Safety Council, Softlab Limited, LCC UK Limited, Tarsus Group Limited, Econocom UK Limited, Altio Limited, Digene and many others.



Hammersmith is located approximately 3 miles west of central London and is a major transport interchange. The total built stock of offices is approximately 4 million sq. ft.

It is severed by the elevated A4 flyover linking through to the M4 and Heathrow Airport (approximately 10 miles to the West). Three underground lines converge in the centre, the Piccadilly, District, Hammersmith & City and Central and Hammersmith Broadway shopping centre contains a bus interchange with over 32 routes.

It is an established office area, with many multinational organisations including Coca Cola, Disney, Bechtel, L'Oreal, Harper Collins and many others.

The principle office stock is situated around the Broadway, and Hammersmith Road running east to Kensington.

Major developments include The London Ark, Centre West, Hammersmith Embankment, and a variety of post 1980’s stand alone developments.

Andrews Denford & Boyd have been dominant in the Hammersmith area and surrounding regions for a number of years now, having advised or transacted over 1.5 million square feet of office accommodation. Occupiers represented include: GE (USA), Bechtel Limited, Cendant Corporation, The British Safety Council, Tarsus Group Limited, Globus Cosmos, RCI Limited, CIMS, Wimpey Properties, Lester Associates, Wyndham Group, Affinion International Limited, Nexant Limited, Travelport, Galileo and a range of other organisations in the area.


West Kensington and Kensington

West Kensington is situated within the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, encompassing some western areas of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. West Kensington is roughly defined as the area between Hammersmith Road to the west, Fulham to the south, Shepherd's Bush to the north and Kensington to the east.

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is located to the west of Mayfair. An affluent and densely-populated area, its commercial heart is Kensington High Street.

The edges of Kensington are not well-defined; in particular, the southern part of Kensington blurs into Chelsea. To the west, a transition is made across the West London railway line and Earl's Court Road further south into other districts, whilst to the north, the only obvious dividing line is Holland Park Avenue, to the north of which is the similar district of Notting Hill.

The area has a modest stock of commercial office premises. The most notable are situated along the Hammersmith Road and at the Kensington Village office development on the western edge of the borough just south of the Cromwell Road. Kensington Village was developed in the late 1980’s by converting a series of Victorian warehouses combined with new buildings of a similar design. Major occupiers in this area include CACI, Publicis, Virgin, Cable & Wireless and EMI

Kensington High Street, although a recognised retail thoroughfare, also contains a number of commercial offices of varying sizes.

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