West Brompton Crossing is West London’s hottest new pop-up destination for shoppers and foodies

West Brompton Crossing is West London’s hottest new destination, for shoppers and foodies alike. Located at the crossroads of Lillie Road, Seagrave Road and Empress Place, mere seconds from West Brompton station the pop-up high street will offer an enticing mix of carefully curated independent shops and stylish restaurants. The project marks a first for temporary retail and leisure in the area and will provide opportunities for the local community and also turn this part of Earls Court into a destination for London.

West Brompton Crossing will launch with anchor tenant Incipio Group on the 15th November. The team behind the hugely popular Pergola on the Roof will be opening The Prince, which will see the pub and five other buildings restored for temporary use, and will feature restaurants including Patty & Bun, The Begging Bowl, MAM, and Rabbit, as well as a covered woodland pergola garden with seating for up to 400 people.

The rest of the pop-up high street will open in subsequent months and will bring new retail to the area as well as affordable and flexible retail spaces for emerging brands and new local talent. Current plans include a deli and grocer, and a dedicated community shop “The Crossing” that can be used at no charge by local businesses, students and entrepreneurs for temporary takeovers and exhibitions.

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West Brompton Crossing aims to offer an exciting sense of what is to come for Earls Court. Anchor tenant Incipio Group have taken over the east side of the street called ‘The Prince’ and four of London’s top independent eateries will be rotating through different buildings – the opening restaurants are Patty & Bun, MAM, Begging Bowl Canteen and Rabbit. The Prince also includes two bars and an enclosed woodland Pergola which can seat up to 400 people.

Begging Bowl

Begging Bowl

Hailed as the original modern Thai concept restaurant.

Rabbit

Rabbit

A true celebration of British ‘wild food’ with an emphasis on sustainability.

MAM

MAM

Vietnamese barbecue restaurant Inspired by the barbecue street food stalls found all over Vietnam.

Patty & Bun

Patty & Bun

Delicious burgers from the kings of the London Burger scene.

The Crossing

“The Crossing” will be a unique retail store within the new West Brompton Crossing pop-up high street. Created as a space for the local community it will provide a free permanent pop-up area for local artists, students, designers and businesses.

Dedicated to hosting temporary takeovers and exhibitions, The Crossing aims to allow new local businesses to experience and learn how to promote and sell their products in a supportive and pressure free environment.

The shop will come with all amenities included - electricity, Wi-Fi and water, provided free of charge. There will also be a selection of modular furniture available so each tenant can create their own unique environment in which to showcase their brand.

We are keen to speak with any small, local, creative businesses who are interested in a residency at The Crossing. For more details on how to make use of the space please contact communityshop@westbromptoncrossing.com with your name, email, address, phone number & information about your business.

A free permanent pop up space for local artists, designers & businesses

Visit us

Conveniently located in the heart of vibrant West London, we are easily accessible by public transport. As we are close to several stations, the best way to get to West Brompton Crossing is by tube or London Overground. You will find us just two minutes’ walk from West Brompton station, eight minutes’ walk from Earls Court station and fifteen minutes’ walk from Fulham Broadway station.

ADDRESS

14 Lillie Rd, Earls Court, London, SW6 1TT

OPENING TIMES

Monday: 12pm - 10pm
Tuesday - Thursday: 12pm - 11pm
Friday: 12pm - 11:30pm
Saturday: 11am - 11:30pm
Sunday: 11am - 10pm

TRANSPORT LINKS

  • Bus Routes: 28, 74, 190, 391, 430
  • Nearest Overground: West Brompton, Earls Court, Fulham Broadway
  • Nearest Tube Stations: West Brompton, Earls Court, Fulham Broadway
  • General Enquiries: enquiries@westbromptoncrossing.com

About us

West Brompton Crossing has been bought forward by Earls Court Partnership Limited (ECPL), an innovative join venture between Capital & Counties Properties PLC (Capco) and Transport for London (TfL), which will enable the development of early phases of the Earls Court Masterplan. The Masterplan presents London’s most important development opportunity for the city’s growth, with planning consent for 7,500 new homes, 1 million square foot of commercial space, 7.5 acres of open space and £450 million investment into community benefits.

Whilst plans for the wider Masterplan are developed, West Brompton Crossing will transform the ground floor of vacant buildings on Lillie Road. The pop-up high street will be located at the crossroads where Empress Place meets Lillie Road and Seagrave Road, just seconds from West Brompton station on the District line and London Overground as well as local bus services. It will offer an exciting taste of what is to come with the future redevelopment of Earls Court, thanks to a carefully curated mix of independent brands, thoughtfully designed spaces and interesting events. The pop-up high street will feature mews-inspired design, with colourful and varied shop front facades, and contemporary interior design intended for flexible use.

For all enquiries email
enquiries@westbromptoncrossing.com

ABOUT CAPCO

Capital & Counties Properties PLC ('Capco') is one of the largest listed London property companies in the UK, which owns two landmark London estates – Covent Garden and Earls Court.

ECPL, comprising Capital & Counties Properties PLC (Capco) and Transport for London (TfL), is an innovative joint venture which will enable the development of the Earls Court Masterplan. The Masterplan presents London’s most important development opportunity for the city’s growth, with planning consent for 7,500 new homes, 1 million square foot of commercial space, 7.5 acres of open space and £450 million investment into community benefits.

Registered address 15 Grosvenor Street, London W1K 4QZ.
Registered Number 6451207.