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the Global leading centre

Being the fastest growing city in Europe and considered as the financial capital of the Universe, London is a magnet for Business and Quality Life. The Capital is known for attracting highly skilled people who provide a level of excellence across a range of sectors including high-tech, medical services and creative industries.

Everyone who comes to London is treated fairly and can compete fairly. The encouregment of the entrepreneurial spirit and the ease of access to the global markets have made London "confident as ever of its dominant position in the world".

The sprawling wonder of diversity that is London today can provide everyone with an almost endless string of opportunities to establish a successful long term business and ensure a high quality of life.


Notting Hill

The residents of Palace Gardens Court will have access to art clubs, boutique theatres and high end Michelin-starred restaurants. The artistic side of Notting Hill is what attracts so many famous people to live there, including Richard Branson, Elle Macpherson, Robbie Williams, George Orwell & Joe Strummer.


World famous events in the area attract the elite of the artistic world, writers, artists and film makers every year. The most famous of these is the Notting Hill Carnival. The festival’s Caribbean theme brings a welcome splash of colour to West London, and the huge parade of floats and performers is a spectacular sight, attracting more than 1 million people in August every year.

Notting Hill was the source of inspiration for the famous multi awarded film “Notting Hill”. The concept is based on a typical book shop on Portobello Road, which still attracts millions of visitors. Notting Hill’s cosmopolitan atmosphere was what inspired the Interior Design Team of Palace Gardens Court to create a distinctive glamorous design for each apartment.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is among the world’s most famous parks, all the more awe-inspiring because it creates a virtually unbroken line of green space with Kensington Gardens, Green Park and St James’s Park across the capital.

Located in the heart of Central London, it’s surrounded by a vibrant collection of areas from Kensington to Oxford Street; with many luxury hotels around the perimeter. Both Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens are in practical and historical terms one huge, merging expanse, making the combined area larger than the Principality of Monaco.

Almost every kind of outdoor activity takes place within its 625 acres, all year round, like horse-riding, swimming, boating, tennis, cycling and punting. Hyde Park is also the home of many famous London attractions, like Speaker’s Corner, Serpentine Lake, Diana Memorial Playground and the well known Kensington Palace.

Palace Gardens Court Residents will live a stone throw away from the Royal Park, enjoying the serenity of the green space and the very best of what life has to offer.

Kensington Palace
Live next to the royalty

Palace Gardens Court is across the road from the famous Kensington Palace, the famous residence of princess Diana and more than 300 years of British royalty.


Kensington Palace was first built in 1605 and since the 17th century, it has been a residence of the British Royal Family. King William III and Queen Mary ll, Queen Anne, King George | and King George It used to live there and each of them contributed to the design of the Palace adding different features, like the gardens, the fountain and The Serpentine lake of Hyde Park. Kensington Palace was also the birthplace and childhood home of Queen Victoria.

Diana’s Era:

From 1981, some of Kensington Palace’s apartments were combined to create the London residence of Princes Wales and his wife, Diana. The two princes, William and Harry were raised in Kensington Palace and went to local nursery and pre-preparatory schools in Notting Hill.


Today, Kensington Palace is the official London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke and Duchess of Kent and Prince and Princess of Kent. The residents of Palace Gardens Court can offer to their children access to a royal lifestyle, with the Palace’s long passageways and many outdoor gardens on their doorstep.

Source: Historic Royal Palaces

Live next to the
billionaire's row

Palace Gardens Court is located moments away from Kensington Palace Gardens, one of the most expensive residential streets in the world, and long been known as "Billionaires Row", due to the extreme wealth of its private residents from all over the world. Leonard Blavatnik, Lakshmi Mittal and a Saudi Royal family are some of the current occupants of the street.

The tree-lined street is also occupied by foreign embassies and ambassadors, giving a major sense of security, one of the huge attractions of the street. The embassies of Russia, Nepal, France and Finland with the presence of Diplomatic Protection Group offices make Kensington Palace Gardens, London's most exclusive address.


London is not just an international centre of business and finance; it’s also one of the most exciting and stimulating cities, in which to learn and network.

Hosting over 40 universities, London boasts of having the highest concentration of institutions of higher learning in the European continent with over 30,000 courses ranging from accounting, business, engineering and law to marketing, medicine, politics and zoology.

Universities in London have a combined research income of over £500 million, attracting not only the brightest students but also renowned academics from across the globe.

Palace Gardens Court is close to some of the World’s Best and most Prestigious Universities and it is the ideal location for anyone who wishes to study in London. The majority of top ranking primary and secondary schools are also in close proximity to the property, ready to welcome families with children of younger age.


Living in Palace Gardens Court is a unique opportunity to have access to 857 art galleries, 170 museums and over 380 public libraries. In addition, the apartments are a short walk from the cultural and scientific quarter of South Kensington; well known as Albertopolis. Three major national museums are located here: one of the world's greatest museums of art and design, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Natural History Museum and the Science Museum

London is one of the most culturally vibrant cities in the world.


The heart of London shopping, Oxford Street and Bond Street lies less than 10 minutes away from Palace Gardens Court. With 5 million square feet of retail space, Oxford Street offers an incredible selection of British and international brands as well as legendary department stores, such as Selfridges. Set in the heart of Mayfair, Bond Street is a landmark for all things sophisticated.

Cross Rail

Palace Gardens Court is few minutes away from Paddington, one of the Crossrail's stations. Crossrail is the new high frequency, high capacity railway of London and the South East, which reduces all the distances in Central London more than half. Residents of Palace Gardens Court can travel across London within a few minutes.

*Average journey times from Paddington. Source Crossrail


With a choice of 3 different Underground Stations within close proximity from Palace Gardens Court, the whole world is at the doorstep of its residents. Not only can they get across the capital in minutes with the Central, Circle or District tube services but they can reach all of London’s airports quickly and conveniently.

Residents of Palace Gardens Court can access Oxford Street, the ultimate shopping destination within 8 minutes, Westfield Shopping Mall in only 5 minutes and the world’s leading business centre, the City, in less than 20 minutes.

*Average journey times from Notting Hill. Source TFL