Wembley Town Centre

Rubie Charalambous, Town centre manager

“Beyond the globally-renowned Stadium and major redevelopment zone is a hidden Wembley - a busy high street in an enterprising, fast-changing area that’s home to a large South Asian community.

Central Wembley is a great place to run an entertainment, food or drink business - catering for local families and event-goers. It’s also a fast-emerging hub for creative entrepreneurs.

Businesses come to Wembley for its status as a world-famous location, high and growing numbers of residents and visitors, great transport links and affordable business rents.

The thousands of new homes being developed bring the promise of ever-increasing demand. Wembley offers immense business growth, if you can get in fast!”

Rubie Charalambous
Town centre manager

Area Information

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Opportunities for businesses

More than the Stadium, Wembley is a bustling, fast-developing area. Central Wembley is a vibrant place of co-working spaces, restaurants, food and independent retailers - a great place for your business.

Wembley regeneration


Wembley is seeing huge investment and development. Over the next 10 years, 10,000 new jobs, 11,500 homes and a range of commercial premises are planned, bringing increasing footfall to the high street and a wealth of business opportunities.

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Meet some local businesses



Wonderland is a family run business established in 1990. They have one of the largest selections of exclusive children’s wear within the London area and provide for all special occasions with a range that extends from traditional to contemporary collections.

Early Bird

Early Bird

With a cosmopolitan mix of people, Wembley and the Early Bird has a lot to offer as a place to meet and have a quick snack or a meal with a beer or rum punch or to just pop in and say hi.

Desi Zaika

Desi Zaika

Mohammed is a self-taught chef and passionate about people enjoying the food he cooks. He has built up a strong customer base amongst football fans and the local community.

Why base yourself in Wembley

“Wembley has changed immensely. A lot of new businesses and new trends have come in. There are more eateries and restaurants. With the Outlet and Stadium, there’s an influx of people coming in. There is so much consumer demand here, we want more international businesses to establish themselves in Wembley. Wembley is changing for the better.”

Geeta Sarin 
Owner, Rivaaz Asian clothing boutique 

Transport and logistics from Wembley

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Rail links

Wembley is served by the four stations of Wembley Park (Metropolitan & Jubilee tube lines), Wembley Central (Bakerloo tube & London Overground), Wembley North (Bakerloo tube & London Overground) and Wembley Stadium (Chiltern Railways), with Marylebone just an eight-minute trip away.

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Road routes

Wembley is just 12 mins from the M1 heading north, 10 mins from the A40 heading to the Midlands, and just 7 minutes to the A406 North Circular road to the rest of north London.

International logistics

International logistics

The world is at Wembley’s doorstep with Heathrow just 30 minutes away – perfect for businesses looking to take off. For short haul flights Luton airport is 45 minutes away, and for those not keen on flying, the Eurostar international terminal at Kings Cross St Pancras is 29 minutes away.

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Rubina Charalambous


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