Wherever you go in the world you always want a home you can return to. As you face challenges in the world you want a safe and relaxing place you can return to. When you’re not going far from home you want things to entertain you and allow you to go where you want. What you need is a great home and you can find that in the London region’s W12 area.
The area that starts at the centre of London (but outside Central) and then heads west flanking the Rover Thames is the Western and Paddington district. There are twenty-six smaller postcodes here, with W9 being of them. They start at W1A and end at W14. They each contains different places, with the exception of the former W1A code because that is what is known as a non-geographic postcode and does not represent a proper location. While it may see complicated to have so many postcodes it actually makes things much easier, specifically travel and postal delivery.
Shepherds Bush and White City fall under the W12 postcode and both reside in the Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham and use the post town address; LONDON. Nearby areas here include the W3, W4, W6, W10, W11, W14, NW6 and NW10 (North Western) postcodes sections, which include places such as Acton, Chiswick, Hammersmith, North and West Kensington, Notting Hill, Kilburn and Kensal Green. Houses prices are starting to even out after rising, with homes currently going for between about £249,000 to £1,325,000 for one to five bedrooms. The cost of a flat has stayed more or less the same for years, with them starting at around £276,000 for one bedroom and increasing up to roughly £426,000 for four bedrooms. The most expensive living areas here are Palgrave Road and Flanchford Road.
Mostly a residential area, Shepherds Bush and White City also have a prominent retail district. Westfield shopping centre is the area’s main commercial hub, and includes numerous shops near Shepherds Bush Green park, most notably the massive Westfield London, which is one of the largest shopping centres in Europe and features all the popular brands, as well as upmarket boutiques. The area has been under much development over time, with many houses, stores, restaurants and more added. The most common form of home here is multi-storied terraces dating from the late Victorian era that are now flats. White City also gives it’s name to a recent five-storey housing estate. It also is a major business area with the likes of the BBC TV Centre located here.
It is a diverse place, with large New Zealand and Australian communities, as well as being the home to many Polish, Indian, Iranian and Somali residents. The Bush theatre is a leading entertainment venue that encourages new writers and the Shepherds Bush Empire, Ginglik and Bush Hall are popular music venues. Premier League club Queens Park Rangers are based here in the White Stadium, and many famous people have called Shepherds Bush home.
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