White City Campus consultation
Imperial College London is a world-leading university focused on science, medicine, engineering and business.
We are building a new campus in White City which will help our researchers and partners to expand their research to help tackle some of the world’s greatest challenges, from preventing the spread of disease to delivering new, sustainable sources of energy.
Back in the spring, we spoke to local residents, businesses and community organisations about our draft proposals for the south part of the White City Campus. This will extend the north part of our campus (where construction is well underway) and create new space for research, innovation and collaboration with the community.
Now, we’d like to share the next stage of our proposals. We want to hear feedback before we submit our outline planning application for the south part of the campus to the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham later this year.
Please come along to our public consultation events to find out how our proposals have developed and give us your feedback.
|Friday 6 October 2017
|White City Community Centre, India Way, London W12 7QT|
|Saturday 7 October 2017
|St Helen’s Church, St Helen’s Gardens, North Kensington, London W10 6LP|
|Tuesday 10 October 2017
|The Invention Rooms, 68 Wood Lane, London W12 7TA|
|Thursday 12 October 2017
|Brickfields Hall, Wood Lane Studios, Shinfield Street, London W12 0HN|
Our proposals for the south part of the campus would create new connections through the site, welcoming spaces which are open to the public, and a flexible plan for new buildings for research and innovation.
We’ll also be providing further information on updated plans for the two remaining plots on the north part of our campus (know as plots A and G).
We are already working with the community on projects and activities which benefit the local area. You may have visited us at one of our events or at The Invention Rooms, our dedicated new community innovation space.
More information about our proposals and an online feedback form will be available on this website from Friday 6 October 2017.