There are many different things we want in a home. We desire a place that will make us feel safe, comfortable, relaxed, as well as provide the entertainment, stimulation, facilities and more that we need. It can be difficult search to find all these things in one place but the London region has it all, so you should explore and learn as much about each area as you can, and why not begin with the E3 postcode district?.
The Eastern postcode region contains many smaller postcode areas, with which E3 is one of them. There are twenty in total, spanning between E1 to E18 and also E1W and the newly created E20, that was introduced during the 2012 Olympic Games. These codes cover a wide section of London including such Boroughs as Hackney, Tower Hamlets and more, as well as some of the City of London. The more postcodes that exist the easier and more accurate mail delivery becomes so this is why they were formed, but they also make travel and navigation easier and street signs can convey added information to further this. Two non-geographic codes are present here; E77 and E98, but are used by businesses or various uses rather than being an genuine address.
E3 covers the Bow District that includes Bow, Bromley-by-Bow, Old Ford, Mile End, Three Mills and the London Gas Museum. These are within the Boroughs of Tower Hamlets or Newham but all use LONDON as itís post town address. E3 is not far from Central London and so shares boundaries with the E1, E2, E9, E14, E15 and E16 postcode areas that contain places such as Whitechapel, Bethnal Green, Hackney, Stratford, West Ham, Canning Town and Millwall. After a slight increase, the house prices here have remained steady. Despite itís proximity to Central London houses only go for roughly £259,000 to £618,000 for one to four bedrooms and flats start at about £222,000 and go up to £499,000 for one to five bedrooms. The most costly homes in E3 are in Rhondda Grove.
Bow has long and interesting history but these days it has a high street with many stories and nearby large scale post-war housing. A group of small businesses and warehouses and nearby large supermarket is located here. Landmarks include St. Maryís Church which dates back to 1311, the bridge over the River Lea the statue of former Prime Minister William Gladstone and the Poplar town hall.
Bromley-by-Bow has a large Bangladeshi community, and is known for Kingsly Hall that was visited by Mahatma Ghandi, the Bromley-by-Bow Centre and the Bromley-by-Bow Community organisation. Old Ford is a desire place to live because of itís Victorian housing and strong transport links. Mile End is home to campuses for Queen Mary, University of London and Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. Notable places sites are the Green bridge and the Ragged School Museum. Three Mills is best known for itís film and television studios where things such as Londonís Burning and 28 Days Later have been recorded.
There are also many different things you may want from a removal firm and Man and Van can supply it. Call us now on 020 3743 9354 and we can tell you about the wide range of services we offer to guarantee a successful move
. We can also give you advice, answer your questions, provide a free, no obligation quote and help arrange parking with Tower Hamlets
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