The Site

The Earls Court site is currently home to TfL’s Lillie Bridge Depot, a number of structures, and was formerly the site of the famous Earls Court Exhibition Centre. Located in Zone 1, and with a cleared site of circa 40 acres, it is the most exciting development opportunity in Central London. It is one of the most exciting development opportunities in Zone 1.

It straddles two London boroughs; the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea (RBKC) and the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham (LBHF).

The Mayor of London has identified the site as an Opportunity Area – an area which will be important to deliver the homes and jobs London needs for the future.
The Earls Court Development Company (ECDC) will be delivering and developing the site over the coming years. The Lillie Bridge Depot is currently owned by TfL, but the ambition is to also bring it into the development plan in due course.

We’re beginning to develop our new plan for the whole site. This will take time because we want to get it right, in full collaboration with the local community. Click here to see how you can get involved in the public consultation.


344-350 Old Brompton Road

ECDC is bringing forward proposals for the redevelopment of 344-350 Old Brompton Road, which is not within the red-line development boundary of the wider Earls Court development site. A separate planning application was submitted and approved earlier in the year by Kensington & Chelsea Council. The development comprises 51 new homes with 23 of those affordable and a new outdoor children’s place space.

We are currently in the process of appointing a contractor to carry out the main construction programme. The site is also being prepared for the commencement of enabling works, which are likely to begin in the near future.

  • ECPL Ownership - 63% Delancey / 37% TfL
  • Lillie Bridge Depot (LBD) -100% TfL Ownership