Television Centre Biggest London Neighbourhood – massive change

Television Centre that was and now
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The BBC Television Centre at White City in West London is ready to sell property to home buyers who will be able to own a slice of television history.

Prices start at £500,000 and marks a new era for the location described as a bold example of mid-century modern architecture. Developers want to create an area that will be the biggest neighbourhood in London.

Once home to some of the best TV shows in broadcasting the BBC TV Centre will be home to a community that will have a ‘glamorous’ style of living. Television Centre was the headquarters of BBC Television between 1960 and 2013.

ynuk.tv checked out how the development was going at TV Centre

 

2 Responses to “Television Centre Biggest London Neighbourhood – massive change”

  1. Arthur MacDonald October 2, 2015 at 10:58 am #

    What a lot of PR rubbish.

    TV centre did NOT have to go – there was nothing wrong with the studios which had been fitted out for HD 2 years ago – they were FULLY BOOKED until closure.

    This is destruction of a working cultural landmark & television factory which was caused by greed and a evil Tory government & Council

    Shame on everyone who had a hand in this.

    • Paul Burton October 26, 2017 at 6:04 pm #

      The remaining studios 1-3 are very busy and they need more studio space – as we all predicted would happen! Currently, The Jonathan Ross Show and It Takes Two are made there, amongst other programmes. Soon, French and Saunders will be making their new Christmas special there. ITV will be moving Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, This Morning and Loose Women there for four years in 2018. The Graham Norton Show will also move to the complex.

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