Are you moving to London? To help you make the right decision, Santa Fe Relocation in Dubai gives us suggestions on the best places to live and work in England’s capital.
1 August 2018| Last updated on 1 August 2018
Are you planning to relocate to London? With several areas to choose from, deciding where to live in London can be really difficult. You can easily fall into the trap of moving to wherever looks pretty or where you can find the best value for money if you are not careful.
To ensure you make the right move, here at Santa Fe Relocation, we’re taking a closer look at the best places to live in London.
North London is home to some of the most popular residencies in London such as Highgate, Archway and Islington, and so it’s no surprise that living here can come with a relatively high price tag attached. With a wealth of character and a cosmopolitan vibe that helps set the high-end area apart from the rest of the capital, you’ll be at no loose end when it comes to getting around, eating and drinking out or shopping. While you may not find as many designed boutiques as you would in its West End counterpart, Camden Passage Market has been famed for its extensive range of market stalls specialising in just about everything you could ever imagine.
In general, neighbourhoods in South London are relatively newer and cost less than in North London. You can find some fantastic places to live here, and believe it or not, you’re likely to get a bit more space for your money, too! Before deciding where to live in South London, you should definitely take a look at the likes of Crystal Palace, Wimbledon and Clapham. If you’re happy to live further out from Central London, living in Croydon shouldn’t go amiss. After all, the Overground is there for a reason!
If you’re an artist or hipster, East London is the place for you. Home to some of the coolest places to live in London, East London offers a fantastic combination of alternative lifestyles with a constant flow of interesting things happening around town. While there are some more expensive neighbourhoods in the area such as Shoreditch, you can also find some more affordable places to live here too. Bethnal Green and Dalston are just two of the most popular areas to live, and are perfect for those who work in media.
West London & Central London
Of course, we couldn’t forget West London and Central London. Home to numerous iconic buildings such as Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace, if you want to be in the centre of it all, either of these areas could be the perfect match for you. Fulham is particularly popular with young individuals, families, foodies and football fans alike too, so make sure to consider this area if you’re part of one of these demographics. After all, with all the benefits of living in London but with a quaint village atmosphere, family-owned pubs and plenty of green spaces, what’s not to love?
Despite the excitement of moving home, the process of moving from A to B can be stressful, but we’re here to help. For more information about how we can assist your move to London, contact us.