The industrial strategy envisages turning the borough into ‘West Tech’, a ‘global beacon for innovation and growth’ and hinges on a partnership between the council and Imperial College London which is investing at White City. Creating new affordable, flexible workspace is a key goal.
“The engine of our plan,” writes council leader Stephen Cowan, “is collaboration across the public research and private sectors, working with inspiring people and organisations in our borough – including a growth partnership with Imperial College London – to unleash skills, talents and aspirations of our residents and businesses.”
As a former resident and worker in the borough, where I completed my training as a surveyor, I’d also like to see King Street improved, Hammersmith flyover buried in a tunnel (for which there are plans) and an enlarged new town centre re-connected to the riverside.
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