Harrow is a large suburb area of Northwest London in Middlesex, is a pleasant residential area with a long history as a stand-alone town, famous for London Motorcycle Museum established in 1999. Most importantly, Greenford has an industrial history to it, considered to be the birthplace of the modern organic chemical industry. It then became and developed as a manufacturing centre transporting goods to central London via the Grand Union Canal. Today, Greenford it has large numbers of employers.
As well as the local workforce people are also attracted by the areas excellent transport accessibility as Westen Avenue runs straight through it (the main road connecting Oxford city to Oxford Street). Located only 11 miles from Charing Cross in central London, which is served by London Underground Central Line. Another nearest station is Sudbury Hill Station serving Piccadilly Line, not just but various buses towards Ealing.
Schools are notoriously good in Greenford, with a good reputation such as Greenford High School, an amalgamation of Stanhope Secondary boy’s school, Costins Girls school and Greenford Grammar school.
Greenford has also recently introduced licensing, in the rental market, for private residential properties, where a part of the borough is a subject to a designation under the Housing Act 2004. This makes landlords for all private rented accommodation, to have a compulsory license from the local authority. Do you need one? Check below: Click here
All domestic properties in Ealing have been valued and placed into one of eight bands A to H according to their open market capital value at 1 April 1991. Check below: