More Than Just A Market
Shepherd's Bush, often locally and fondly referred to as “The Bush or SheBu”, is a popular and vibrant part of west London that nestles in the Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, and is just six miles to the capital’s centre and its countless attractions. Shepherd's Bush is these days a microcosm of central London offering everything you would expect from a world class city – including music venues, comedy clubs, theatres, restaurants, World Class Shopping, 5* hotels and excellent transport connections both to and from Central London.
Shepherd's Bush's prime location means that it benefits from short distances to key transport connections and main road routes, via the A4 and A40, into and out of the capital. It has a variety of well placed tube stations, at White City, Shepherds Bush, Wood Lane, Shepherds Bush Market, Goldhawk Road and a separate Shepherds Bush overland station.
Furthermore, there are many excellent state and private schools in the area that cater for all needs and – as there should be – there is stiff competition for places at the best establishments.
Finally, if the above weren't enough to whet your appetite the appeal could be enhanced by the significant developments (approximately £7bn and counting) currently transforming some of the older commercial parts of Shepherd's Bush/White City in to a new vibrant core. From the northern extension of Westfield London (to include the flag ship John Lewis and 1,400 new homes), the old BBC television centre (a Stanhope development including a Soho House hotel and private members club), Imperial College Campus expansion, The Regeneration of Shepherd's Bush Market to Berkley Homes building approx. 1,600 new homes the area is seeing gentrification on a grand scale.