Where to Live in London

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Simon & Schuster, 2000 - Home ownership - 240 pages
Since the first publication of Where To Live in London, the property market in London has been booming and a lot of things of changed. In light of all this, the author has updated the information for all 33 inner and outer London boroughs about school league tables, traffic and transport, council tax bands, crime figures and library-use tables. Since house prices are constantly changing, they are given as a guideline only.
All the same crucial questions are answered in the same accessible manner as the first version but the information reflects the property market as it is now in 2000. What is it really like to live in the different neighbourhoods of London? What sorts of price bands can you expect in the various areas? Are there any good schools nearby for children and how well does the town council perform? What sort of people are attracted to the area?
Sara McConnell walks the reader through London borough by borough and provides detailed information on all the various aspects in life in London such as shops, restaurants, open spaces and medical and leisure facilities. This easy-to-use guide features graded star ratings for amenities, provides a map of the boroughs and offers a list of useful addresses.

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