Hayes’s status as a low-profile London suburb looks set to change following an influx of investment and people moving into the area. In a very special report, the Evening Standard shines a spotlight on this hidden corner of London.
As music lovers know, Hayes is celebrated as the location where EMI Records had its HQ and where The Beatles’ famously had their albums pressed. The Evening Standard looks at how this former industrial site has been completely transformed and rebranded as The Old Vinyl Factory, with new restaurants, cafes, a cinema and live music venue coming soon.
The Old Vinyl Factory also happens to be home to Fizzy Hayes – our brand-new development with 188 homes for rent, including one and two-bedroom apartments and 22 three-bedroom townhouses.
Hayes’s claim to fame does not stop at music. Major films and TV series, including The Imitation Game, Bridget Jones’s Baby and Killing Eve were all filmed at West London Film Studios.
According to the Evening Standard, Hayes has something for nature lovers too, describing nearby Woodland Trust’s Gutteridge Wood “a proper London gem, particularly in spring when carpeted with bluebells”.
And for cultural life, Hayes offers the Beck Theatre for film, drama and music, plus the Open Air Theatre in Barra Hall Park.
With excellent connectivity – trains to Paddington take less than 20 minutes and Heathrow Airport is only 10 minutes away – it’s little wonder Hayes is taking off with commuters and jet setters!
To discover this hidden corner of the Capital for yourself, why not book a viewing with our team at Fizzy Hayes.
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