Westlink House, 981 Great West Road is located on the south side of the A4 Great West Road, mid-way between Syon Lane (B464) and Boston Manor Road (A3002). Approximately 1.8 miles to the east of the property is the Chiswick Roundabout, which is a major West London road interchange connecting the South Circular (A205), the North Circular Road (A406), A4 Great West Road and junction 2 of the M4 motorway.

Brentford railway station and Syon Lane railway station are circa 5 minutes’ walk.

Boston Manor London Underground station (Piccadilly Line) is the nearest being approximately 15 – 20 minutes’ walk. A number of bus routes also pass nearby.

Westlink House was originally constructed as a factory in 1928 by Wallis, Gilbert & Partners and was historically known as the Pyrene Building. Architecturally, the building was designed as a modernistic, symmetrical and rectilinear rendered property, occupying an elevated position on a raised grass bank with extensive frontage to the A4 Great West Road.

The building provides 2 large open plan floor plates on ground and first floor, together with a second floor and lower ground floor area which offers good natural light.

The property is within the section of the Great West Road known as “The Golden Mile”. Following the construction of the Great West Road in 1925, this location became home to a number of high profile companies, originally housing their factories here. Over the last 90 years, the location has evolved into an established corporate office location, as manufacturing production in the area has moved away. Today, corporate occupiers within the vicinity include Worley Parsons, EMC, Sega, GlaxoSmithKline, Sky, JC Decaux, Barratt London, amongst others.



  • Air conditioning
  • Good natural light
  • Kitchen areas
  • On-site car parking facilities
  • Passenger lift (10 person)
  • Raised access floors
  • Separate male & female WCs
  • Suspended ceilings with recessed lighting