Getting started on site

GETTING STARTED ON SITE

Bringing the Earls Court site back to life whilst we work on the long-term plan.

We’re beginning to develop our plan for the whole Earls Court site. This will take time, because we want to get it right, in full collaboration with the local community.

But we know the site cannot sit idle and we know people want progress. 

We are looking at ways to open up the site to the community as soon as possible.

We want to create spaces for the community and businesses to occupy whilst we continue to develop our wider plan. We are looking into lots of different ideas for what we can bring to the area.

We would like to hear your early thoughts on what you’d like to see. Please give your views on our dedicated consultation website.

Open today 

We have already opened up parts of the site for business and community use. These include: 

West Brompton Crossing 

Our ‘pop-up high street’ West Brompton Crossing has transformed the ground floor of vacant buildings on Lillie Road, providing retailers, bars and restaurants new to the area, including the popular Prince.


West Brompton Crossing is offering an exciting taste of what is to come with the future redevelopment of Earls Court, thanks to a carefully curated mix of independent brands, thoughtfully designed spaces and interesting events. The pop-up high street features mews-inspired design, with colourful and varied shop front facades, and contemporary interior design intended for flexible use.

See more at westbromptoncrossing.com

Dads House foodbank at West Brompton Crossing

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic and these uncertain times, we were delighted to offer local charity Dads House a unit at West Brompton Crossing, to use as a foodbank and distribution centre for those who need it most. The foodbank is open to anyone that needs a helping hand and the charity will also deliver to residents in Kensington and Chelsea and Hammersmith and Fulham. To find out more visit dadshouse.org.uk

Covid-19 Task Force

Part of the site is also currently being used by the Mayor’s Office for Police and Crime (MOPAC) for officers participating in the Covid-19 Task Force to park their cars.

Transport for London – Construction Hub

TfL is working in partnership with industry and government through the Construction Skills Fund, offering fully-funded pre-employment programmes to provide key skills and training, as well as a taste of working in the construction industry.

The Construction Hub is closed and will re-open when the current restrictions are lifted. Find out more here

 

HAVE YOUR SAY