Wembley, North London
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Wembley is an area of north-west London and part of the London Borough of Brent. The area is best known as the home of Wembley Stadium, which was rebuilt in the early 2000s and has been the home of English football since the 1920s. As well as the now revamped 90,000 seat stadium, Wembley is also renowned for its Wembley Arena, which hosts some of the most popular live acts of any kind in the world throughout the year. As well as being a very significant location for sport and live performance in London, Wembley is a significant economic and commercial hub for the Borough of Brent, with large, medium and small scale businesses all operating from the area.
Setting up your business here
Wembley is a busy and bustling part of north-west London that is home to thousands of people and dozens of businesses. The area benefits greatly from extraordinarily good connections into and out of central London via Tube, train and road. Among the companies with offices in Wembley are TNS Global, Olive Communications, Nexgenn Consulting and the Life Insurance Corporation of India. Important transport hubs in the area include the London Overground station at Wembley Central, the mainline train station at Wembley Stadium and the Tube station at Wembley Park.
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Things to do in Wembley
Among the many varied attractions in and around Wembley is the London Designer Outlet, an entertainment and retail destination with dozens of fashionable high street stores, 15 restaurants and eateries, and a Cineworld cinema complex. The outlet area is a key feature of Wembley Park, which lies close to Wembley Stadium and Wembley Arena, both of which host very high profile events throughout the year. Other notable attractions in the area include the White Horse Bridge, which connects Wembley Stadium with Wembley town centre, and the Naesden Temple, a traditional Hindu temple cut from some 3,000 tonnes of marble and open to the public. There are also some great restaurants in different parts of Wembley, among the best are Allso Thai on Empire Parade, Alisan Restaurant & Bar at Wembley Retail Park and Las Iguanas at the London Designer Outlet. Meanwhile, if youíre looking for a traditional pub atmosphere in Wembley, try Flannerys Bar or the Fusilier Inn on Harrow Road.
- Tube lines: N/A
- Mainline stations: Wembley Stadium
- Nearest motorways: M25 via the A40
- Nearest airports: Heathrow
- Other: London Overground runs from Wembley Central