West London is a region of London which consists of the boroughs of Ealing, Harrow, Hammersmith, Fulham, Brent, Hounslow and Hillingdon. The region of West London was formed in 2004 and was expanded to include Chelsea and Kensington in 2008. This part of London is the home to well over 900,000 jobs and has an estimated populace of 1,600,000 (1.6 million).
West London is a major sports hub as it is the home of three Premier League football clubs, which include QPR, Fulham and Chelsea; with the addition of one League One club Brentford. It is also the origin of the world renowned Wembly Stadium, which is England’s national stadium for football and various other events.
West London is also notable for being the location of Heathrow Airport. Specifically, Heathrow is situated in the London Borough of Hillingdon and is the third busiest airport in the world, in addition to being the most active airport in the United Kingdom. Furthermore, compared to any other airport around the globe, it handles the most international passengers worldwide.
As for transport, West London is a key location due to its integral position within London. The major A-roads include the A4 and A40 roads, which also incorporates the Great Western Main Line. In addition, West London is the spot for the planned Crossrail project, which will connect numerous locations within the region together, including Heathrow Airport.