5 best locations to relocate to in London

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Best locations to relocate to in London

Are you finding it difficult to decide on the best locations in London to move your family? As you research, consider these locations.

1.     Brent

Brent is a highly populated area in North West London, with a varied range of families and cultures within it. For this reason Brent provides a broad selection of schools, leisure and park facilities for young families. Home to Brent cross shopping centre and Ikea it is also home to one of the worlds most famous football pitches Wembley Stadium. For young professional families wishing to rent or buy, this borough offers a good alternative.

2.     Camden

Camden is among the liveliest areas in London. Home to huge markets selling a wide choice of products, diverse cuisines and a flourishing live music scene. Camden hosts some of the most beautiful greenery in London city as well as an array of schools and leisure amenities. It is a welcoming community with a friendly driven atmosphere not always linked with inner city living. It is bigger than you think spanning 22 square kilometres stretching from Regents park, home to London Zoo, to Hampstead Heath.

3.     Islington

When planning a move in London with a family to a place with large green spaces, good schools and social amenities, Islington should be your top priority. With an estimated population of just 200,000 where the wealthy live side by side with the not so wealthy its a borough full of restaurants, theatres and a vibrant night-life. It’s a great place to live if you are thinking of purchasing as property prices increase in this borough as the wealthy buy up more and more property.

4.     Lewisham

Lewisham is positioned close to an array of education institutions and leisure facilities such as, The Planetarium and Royal Observatory, Mudchute Farm and Park and the The Cutty Sark. The area now benefits from the extensive overground line making the journey to the city much more convenient for commuting residents. Lewisham is also close to many green parks, including the famous Greenwich Park and Blackheath.

5.     Bromley

Bromley is a leafy suburb with the safe neighbourhood feel so essential for bringing up a family, it is also the largest of all London boroughs. Bromley also has one of the top performing authorities for education and lively scattering green spaces. It is home to Biggin Hill which was the defence operating command centre during World War 2.

Once you make a decision as to which one of these locations we can gladly help you relocate. Our knowledge and expertise of removals is second to none and our team of friendly and professional man and van teams will help relive the stress of moving. Kindly contact us using the information on the right.

For a full list from worst to best places to move to the Metro article here has it all.

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