Residential areas on the DLR line- Limehouse, Greenwich, Bow (Church), Stratford and West Ham. For more information, please read our article on where do Polish people live in London.
Residential areas on the Waterloo & City line – we have decided not to include a guide for this as the line only serves 2 stations – Waterloo and Bank. Residential areas on the Circle, Metropolitan and Bakerloo lines. If you’re interested in London’s new property hotspots, then take a look at our where to live in London article.
Another option for reasonably priced accommodation is to become a property guardian in London which involves living in an unusual vacant property such as a heritage building. If you’re a musician, artist, actor, fashion student, model or just general ubercool type, then you might like to live in one of the following areas which should be perfect for you: Shoreditch, Dalston, Hackney, Bethnal Green, Camden, Brixton, Hoxton, Peckham and Camberwell.
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In North London check out: Crouch End, Muswell Hill, Islington, Highgate, Highbury, East Finchley, Stoke Newington, Mill Hill, Hampstead, Kentish Town, St John’s Wood, Cricklewood, Kilburn and Camden.
In South London check out: Clapham, Balham, West Dulwich, East Dulwich, Dulwich Village, Crystal Palace, Putney, Forest Hill, Battersea/Clapham Junction, Mortlake/East Sheen, Wandsworth, Tooting, Wimbledon, Brockley, Honor Oak Park, Greenwich, Sydenham, Herne Hill and Streatham.
Every day this week, you can get your hands on happy hour priced beer from 4pm – 7pm INCLUDING the weekend!
Come and sup your favourite pale ale, or take the opportunity […] We’ve welcomed London Beer Week 2017 with open arms – join us as we celebrate with £3 pints and a brewery open day.
Residential areas on the Central line – Ealing, Shepherd’s Bush, Bethnal Green, Stratford and South Woodford Residential areas on the Victoria line- Brixton, Stockwell, Highbury, Walthamstow and Pimlico Residential areas on the District line- Wimbledon, East Putney, Ealing Common, Bow Road and Chiswick Park Residential areas on the Piccadilly line – Southgate, Wood Green, Hammersmith, (South)Ealing, Acton(Town) Residential areas on the Jubilee line- Willesden (Green), Kilburn, St John’s Wood, Stratford and (North) Greenwich Residential areas on the Hammersmith & City line – Hammersmith, Whitechapel, Shepherd’s Bush, Bow and Plaistow. It is thought that over 515,000 Poles have moved to London since the EU’s expansion in 2004.