Map and transport links

West London Business represents the business community across seven boroughs that make up North-West London: Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Hounslow and Hillingdon.

Our interactive guide is West London Explore

To explore the area further download the map(s) below:

TechWest.London’s map will help you find things to do during downtime in West London.


West London offers speedy and convenient road access to the rest of London and the major towns and cities of the UK.  The A4, A5, A30, A40 and A406 provide West London with a strong arterial road system, providing easy access to London and the major motorway routes – the M1, M3, M4, M25 and M40.


West London benefits from excellent rail links for both long distance trips and daily commuting from the surrounding areas. The main lines from London to the South West, Wales, the Midlands and North West pass through West London, giving excellent links to some of the UK’s most important cities and business centres.

Heathrow, the world’s busiest international airport with 65 million international passengers per year, is situated in West London.  90 airlines serve 180 destinations. West London is served by a network of major roads and motorways that make it one of the most accessible business centres in the UK. The M3, M4, M25 and M40 all feed into Heathrow, operating an average of 1,250 flights a day to 90 destinations. Links to Europe and the United States are particularly strong with 33 flights to Paris and 23 flights to New York every day.


The area is served by seven out of the twelve London Underground lines, connecting with buses and local rail to link all residential and business districts. The Central line begins in West Ruislip and offers a travelling time of only 1 hour 30 minutes to Epping on the eastern side of Greater London, a journey of 54 miles and 36 stations. The Piccadilly line serves Heathrow Airport and during peak hours runs 76 trains on the line. There are 81 tube stations in West London serving an area from Harrow to Hammersmith and Ealing to Earls Court.