Plans have been revealed to build an art installation at a former petrol station site in White City in a bid to improve the area’s appearance.
It will be created by artists Craig Redman and Karl Maier, with Stanhope planning to introduce pop-up uses including street food as well as artistic collaborations with other artists including Royal College of Art students.
It would be especially visible to commuters using White City station, and is close to Stanhope’s Television Centre and White City Place development.
White City is undergoing an £8 billion 10-year regeneration which will form a new hub of activity, creativity and academia in west London.
It will see the arrival of new shops, restaurants and educational facilities, as well as the creation of 4,000 new homes, over two million square feet of office space and 20,000 new jobs.
White City Place lies in the heart of the regeneration area totalling 566,290 sq ft of new office space.
First confirmed tenants to move into White City Place include YOOX Net-A-Porter, The Royal College of Art and co-working space Huckletree West.
Stanhope is taking a three year lease with a two –year break clause from TfL.
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