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Living in South West London is not such a bad idea

South West London at Night

There is no better city in England that you can opt for living in than London and that is a well known fact. When you are faced with the decision where exactly in the capital you are supposed to pick up a home in, matters can become a bit more complicated. Here we are going…

By: Braydon King,

Travelling around Bromley

Down House

The large London Borough of Bromley is situated within the southern part of London. The Borough is considered as the most rural and also one of the most enormous boroughs in Greater London. Great part of it is within the Metropolitan Green Belt. Bromley interacts with the London Boroughs of Lewisham, Greenwich, Bexley, Southwark and…

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Interesting facts about four districts in the Borough of Barnet

Brent Cross Shopping Centre

The Borough of Barnet lies in the northwestern parts of London and covers an area of 33.49 square miles. It is one of the largest boroughs in the English capital and is also one of the most populous with an estimate population of 380.000. It has a density rate of 11.000 people per square mile…

By: Braydon King,

Three well-areas in Lewisham

Prendergast Hilly Fields College

The Borough of Lewisham lies in the south-eastern parts of London. It was formed in 1965 and spreads of 13.57 square miles. It is the 301st largest area in the United Kingdom. Lewisham has a population of about 300.000 residents and a density rate of 22.000 people per square mile. It is the location of…

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Why Not Learn More about Ealing ?

Acton High School

Ealing is a London borough which lies in the western parts of the English capital. Like all local boroughs it was created on the 1st of April, 1965. It spans overs an area of 21.44 square miles and has a population of over 340.000 with a density rate of 16.000 people per square mile. Ealing…

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Six Districts in Richmond Which You Must Explore

The Borough of Richmond upon Thames lies in the south-western parts of London and is considered to be one of the city’s most beautiful areas. It spreads over 22.17 square miles and has an estimate population of 195.000 residents. It is one of the capital’s most popular and well-known boroughs as it is the location…

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The London Borough of Camden – a quick survey

Camden Lock in the winter

Inner London is the place where everything is going on. And while areas such as the City and Westminster are pretty attractive because of the major amenities and landmarks that are located within their premises, they are also inflicted with the character and hassle of the big city commercial way of life. Camden, on the…

By: Braydon King,

Hounslow – The Borough That Benefited from Transportation

Gunnersbury Park Museum

The London Borough of Hounslow is situated in the western part of the English capital. It borders with Surrey and the boroughs of Hillingdon, Hammersmith and Fulham, as well as with Ealing. Currently, Hounslow has a population of over 265,000 people and it is among its biggest outer boroughs. That, however, would not have been…

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Redbridge – the leafy suburb

Redbridge Towers

Modern day London consists of 32 boroughs located both to the south and the north of the River Thames. Those places differ greatly from one another in character and face, but one thing is certain – the borough of Redbridge is hands down one of the best areas in the capital today. The green, leafy…

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Enfield And Its Numerous Areas

Brimsdown

Enfield is London’s northernmost borough. It is under the governance of the Enfield London Borough Council and like most areas of the English capital was formed on April, 1st, 1965. It spreads over an area of 31.74 square miles and has an estimate of 325.000 residents. The borough is home to several well-known districts and…

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