AN ORIGINAL
SPIN
— ON HAYES

On the site of the 18-acre EMI record plant, where groundbreaking records by The Beatles and Pink Floyd were pressed, a one-of-a-kind neighbourhood is taking shape.

The Old Vinyl Factory is a mix of re-imagined Art Deco office buildings, new homes, innovation and educational hubs, restaurants, shops, gym, cinema and a live music venue.

This is The Old Vinyl Factory, reimagined & remastered.

OFFICE SPACE
RECORD STORE
AVAILABLE NOW

UNIQUE SPACES,
ENVIABLE HERITAGE

84,705 sq ft of high-end office space available now – in the building where EMI mastered groundbreaking albums by The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.

FIND OUT MORE

RETAIL & LEISURE

TURNING UP THE
VOLUME FOR HAYES

The first set of retail spaces will be available from January 2018. They will surround The Groove, a tree lined pedestrian street that runs throughout The Old Vinyl Factory linking to Hayes & Harlington train station and the town centre

FIND OUT MORE

RESIDENTIAL

REDEFINING WHAT
CONTEMPORARY
LIVING CAN BE

Once complete, The Old Vinyl Factory will have 642 new homes. Many are available now for sale and rent and include rooftop allotments and communal roof terraces.

FIND OUT MORE

HISTORY
IN
— THE
MAKING

Gramophone factory.
Record plant.
Innovation hub.

There's more than a century
of history at the former
EMI headquarters

FIND OUT MORE