Well connected


With excellent tube, train and road connections the commute to central London is under 30 minutes from Greenford Quay, making your new home highly accessible. Set to become one of the best places to live in London with canalside living and an easy commute to central London, you’ll be sure to have a comfortable home life with the capital at your fingertips

How long will your commute take?

Local area
Greater London


Be in Zone 1 in under 20 minutes on the central line. Drive to Victoria in 40 minutes or for travelling further afield, Heathrow and motorway networks to the rest of the UK are close by. At weekends, a leisurely cycle along the Grand Union Canal Walk will get you to Camden just over an hour. The possibilities are endless.

Shepherd's Bush - Zone 2

Arriving at Westfield London by tube from Greenford Station in around 20 minutes a spur of the moment shopping trip couldn’t be easier.

Ealing – Zone 3

Just minutes from Greenford Quay via the Central Line, well-connected Ealing Broadway is a hub for West London. Home to the UK’s largest retailers and a growing range of independents shops, cafes and restaurants.

Paddington – Zone 1

Fast becoming a buzzing work destination, the waterside regeneration of Paddington Basin is just half an hour by train.

Heathrow stations - Zone 6

The global airport hub is highly accessible from Greenford Quay offering quick journey times by road, rail and tube.

Brent - Zone 4

Never miss a match with this iconic venue, famous for international sporting and music events, less than a 20 minute drive away.

Oxford Circus - Zone 1


Hop on the Central line and you can enjoy the capital’s famed theatre district and trendy Soho restaurants in just 30 minutes.


City living

Close to nature


When it’s time to unwind, Greenford Quay offers some of the most varied green spaces in London right at your doorstep. Take in the peace and quiet of ancient woodland, meadows and the tranquil meandering of the Grand Union Canal from your apartment window.

Grand Union canal

Discover the hidden backwaters of West London by walking or cycling along the canal’s historic towpath leading to the capital right from your door. View the unfolding scenery of wildlife and narrowboats on a guaranteed traffic-free route, the perfect way to de-stress.

Horsenden Hill

Ancient woodland, grassland, ponds and hedgerows bring nature to your door. Bordered by the Grand Union Canal, the grassy slopes rise to the highest point in Ealing on the route of the Capital Ring Walk with breathtaking views across London.

Paradise fields

On the southern side of the Grand Union Canal bordering Horsenden Hill, find the beautiful haven of Paradise Fields within a short walk of Greenford Quay. A mosaic of wildflower meadows, reed beds and lagoons offer a peaceful haven for wildlife and visitors.

Golf courses

Horsenden Hill is home to two of West London’s renowned golf clubs, each with spectacular views. Sudbury Golf Club has rolling tree-lined fairways and slick, smooth greens. Horsenden Hill Golf Club challenges golfers of all levels with its nine-hole parkland course.