London has already changed dramatically over the last decade. Customers are demanding different experiences and their expectations are changing. The new Excel and O2 exhibition centres have shifted much of the city’s conferencing to the east. The ‘valley of giants’ is undergoing an urban renaissance that will secure London’s status as a global city. The old power station on Lots Road is being redeveloped, and Old Oak Common has been earmarked as a prime site for a high-speed super station connecting Heathrow with the rest of Britain.
The Earls Court Project offers an historic opportunity to create a new neighbourhood that would be an integral part of one of the best parts of one of the world’s greatest cities. It could transform an area that’s strategically located near Heathrow at the end of the M4 corridor into a front door to Central London.
Tell us about the history of the area
We’d like to record the heritage of the local area and reference its legacy in The Earls Court Project. Tell us about its famous local residents and landmarks by registering and posting comments.