What is NW10, London really like? Is it a good postcode to live in? HomeViews Streets is a new site that invites residents throughout London to review their local areas. Everything from transport and amenities to entertainment and access to parks and recreational facilities is up for comment. With all this knowledge at hand, we uncover what’s good (or not so good!) about the NW10 London postcode. Is this the right area for you? Read on to find out.
What area does NW10 cover?
NW10 is the postcode in North West London that covers Willesden, Acton (part), Harlesden, Kensal Green, Neasden (part), Old Oak Common, Park Royal, Stonebridge, and Brent Park. Local authorities that cover the postcode include Brent, Ealing, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and Hammersmith and Fulham.
What zone is NW10 in?
The NW10 postcode sits within London zones 2 and 3. It is bordered to the north by NW9 and NW2, with NW6 to the east, and W10, W12, W3 and W5 running below. Wembley lies just to the west of NW10.
Is NW10 a good place to live?
So, what’s it like to live, work and play in NW10? HomeViews Streets asks residents to provide an honest account of life in the NW10 area, right down to street level. They share their thoughts and feelings about the transport, amenities, and community the postcode offers. They also score each element out of five and leave insightful written comments to complete their reviews.
Click through the examples below to see a range of reviews for the NW10 area. To view all the content on the site, simply write a review of your own area!
NW10, London resident reviews
“Great for families with children!”
HomeViews Area Guides
See the area guides on related areas below for HomeViews insights about NW10 and surrounding regions. These pages include the top-rated new homes in those areas and reviews by residents.
HomeViews provides verified resident reviews of the UK’s housing developments. We’re working with developers, landlords and the Government to recognise high performers and help to improve standards in the built environment.
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