If fuss-free London transport links and masses of greenery are big draws, then living in North West London will certainly appeal. Property developers have been concentrating on this slice of the city more heavily in recent years. The new homes have drawn those seeking everything from a more affordable lifestyle to village-like credentials and reputable schools. Read on to discover developments that are rated the best places to live in North West London. In addition, read reviews from residents who own or rent in North West London.
The area has a wide array of restaurants, entertainment spaces and shops thanks to the London Designer Outlet, Boxpark Wembley and more. Transport links are fantastic with local buses and Wembley Park tube station just a few minutes away, getting you to Central London in less than 20 minutes.
The street can be quite noisy at times with regeneration and development in the immediate area, but this will only be a benefit for residents once completed.
Please review your development:
The development is beautifully designed and gives a feeling of luxury as you approach it. The building manager is fantastic in communicating with us via a notice board in the building. Problems are acknowledged promptly and dealt with as soon as possible.
Occasionally there is rubbish/litter on the street/in the garden but this is more to do with attendees of events at the Stadium than anything else.
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
I wish I had known more about where meters i.e gas and electric were in the building, and that I would need the building manager to open the cupboard for these as they aren’t accessible to a tenant individually. This caused some minor hiccups initially with meter readings.
How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:
I raised an issue with our front door that was resolved in a timely fashion.