Kenton is an area of Northwest London, in the London Borough of Harrow and partly in the London borough of Brent, which has one of the busiest roads, called Kenton Road. On the other hand, Kingsbury is a district of Northwest London, part of London Borough of Brent, where 25% of it is a beautiful Fryent Country Park, with the charm of the feeling of countryside. The area also comes across to popular school, Fryent Primary school, Kingsbury High School and Jewish Free School for families with children.
It has easy transportation, Kingsbury Road A4006 which is the largest road within the district. Along with numerous amounts of buses that have been serving Kenton and Kingsbury towards zone 5 – 3, Bakerloo line, Watford DC line, Metropolitan line passes Kenton and Jubilee Line crosses Kingsbury. Sainsbury shopping is only 30 seconds walking from Kenton Station, with free parking too.
Most of Kenton and Kingsbury have been built between the wars, numerous private housing estates were then built, and agents still call them as Nash-built or Costin-built. Kenton and Kingsbury have developed a little on housing and population.
Population: 12,133 – Kenton / 29,217 = Kingsbury
Harrow Council and Brent Council have 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 (Harrow)
Click here (Brent)
Council tax bands have also changed; it has increased by 3.8% from 2017: