L’Oréal moves to new HQ in West London creative business district

White City Place L’Oréal

Beauty and cosmetics group L’Oréal UK and Ireland has announced it will be relocating its London headquarters to one of the city’s biggest creative business districts.

L’Oréal is set to move from its existing HQ in Hammersmith to a new building in White City Place in West London, formerly known as BBC Media Village, a short walk from the nearby Underground station.

The brand will occupy six floors of the 11-storey building, which comprises of over 240,000 sq ft and will feature a L’Oréal Academy which specialises in hairdressing.

The bespoke building is part of new creative business district White City Place, developed and owned by Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo is home to businesses like BBC, ITV, Yoox Net-A-Porter Group, Ralph & Russo and Jellycat.