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Feb 6
2018

Moving to Peckham

Are you moving to Peckham? Named after the River Peck, which once flowed through it, Peckham was a key player in the country’s industrial past, with the laying of the railway line during the late 1800s. Further redevelopment in the 60s moved a large number of residents out of their run-down and dilapidated homes into…

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Feb 5
2018

Moving to Dalston

Are you moving to Dalston? Nicknamed ‘the coolest place to live in Britain’, this haven for young professionals, artists and students is a brilliant mix of history and culture, with some affordable property options and a great pub and club scene.  That being said, some of the older, wealthy City traders join in the mix,…

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Jan 31
2018

Moving to Fitzrovia

Are you moving to Fitzrovia? Covering part of the W1 postcode and falling into the Westminster and Camden London Boroughs, this is as central as you can get. Soho is to the south, with Marylebone to the west and the centre of London is just minutes away. Complete the form below and you will receive…

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Nov 7
2017

Moving to Tottenham

Are you moving to Tottenham? Tottenham, in north London, is a huge area and has recently become more popular with families and young professionals who can no longer afford the Harringay Ladder and Hackney.  The area boasts the most diverse postcode in the whole of the UK.  With great transport links to the city and…

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Nov 7
2017

Moving to Walthamstow

Are you moving to Walthamstow? Starting its life as a rural area during the 12th century, Walthamstow is, after the bombing in WWII, now a modern, built-up area with a few period properties.  Walthamstow Village will give you a taste of what the area was like originally, surrounding the 12th-century St Mary’s Church.  Opposite, the…

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Oct 25
2017

Moving to Blackheath

Just seven miles from the city, Blackheath is a firm favourite for its village-like charm and the famous medieval heath, surrounded by Victorian and Georgian houses.  It straddles two London Boroughs, Greenwich and Lewisham and has fast and efficient transport links.  The Blackheath Society tends to the area’s popularity by preserving and enhancing the strong…

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Oct 17
2017

Moving to Tooting

Tooting, or Tooting Bec, was named after Bec Abbey in Normandy when the land was bequeathed to the abbey after the Norman conquest.  An up-and-coming district, it has new-found popularity with younger professionals and families.  Part of the Wandsworth borough of London, south of the city, the suburb maintains its gritty charm whilst undergoing its…

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Sep 8
2017

Moving to Kingston Upon Thames

Are you moving to Kingston? Kingston Upon Thames, known as Kingston, is both a royal borough and an outer borough of London.  Formed by the amalgamation of Kingston, Malden, Coombe and Surbiton in 1965, it is now home to the government offices of Surrey.  Its neighbourhoods, Kingston Town, Maldens and Coombe, Surbiton, and South of…

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Aug 17
2017

Moving to Bermondsey

Are you moving to Bermondsey? Closer to the City of London you cannot get.  This previously run-down industrial area has undergone rapid regeneration, cleaned up its act and is now an investor’s paradise.  With all the amenities that London has to offer and excellent transport links for commuters, Bermondsey has maintained a village feel within…

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