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Acton is home to the largest housing estate in West London.
Acton is cheaper than its neighbours and often seen as a second best to Ealing, Acton is a good hunting ground for first-time buyers and people who couldn't care less about fashionable postal codes. People are starting to discover the area's large stock of Victorian houses and conversions. Poet's Corner has risen in popularity and fame as a pretty enclave of Victorian terraces and large flats. West Acton offers a distinctive mix of half-timbered houses and flats disguised as Tudor houses on the Hanger Hill Garden estate.
Acton has 7 train stations, North, East, South, West, Mainline, Town and Central. Four of which are on London Underground network, the other three are on national rail lines.
The Name Acton means "oak farm " or "farm by oak trees ", and is of Saxon Origin.
Acton High Street hosts a weekly Farmers Market from 9am to 1pm every Saturday.The Market boasts a wide range of stalls selling everything such as, organic & outdoor reared meat, game (when in season),dairy, fruit juices, fresh fish, plants, flowers, hand-made preserves, soft fruit & top fruit, herbs, free range eggs, and bread & cakes from local bakeries.
Acton, comprisies the wards of East Acton, Acton Central, South Acton and Southfield.
WHO LIVES HERE? Young professionals looking for a bargain first time buy and value for money.
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Area News for Acton
Hanwell is a small town located in the Borough of Ealing and is in between Ealing and Southall, providing excellent transport links to the rest of the capital.
Read Article ... Published on 26th May, 2015
Despite its regal moniker, Park Royal is actually a pleasant suburb in the north-west of London. Since it’s home to both plenty of houses and the city’s largest business park, Park Royal is the perfect location for combining work and play.
Read Article ... Published on 3rd March, 2015
Gunnersbury boasts a desirable location on the western outskirts of London, close to the Thames and prestigious attractions like the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew.
Read Article ... Published on 23rd January, 2015
Commuters have a new cycle hub to make use of now, after Ealing Council opened its covered facility. The storage unit opened on Friday November 21st at North Acton Station, allowing a covered area for people to store their bikes.
Read Article ... Published on 1st December, 2014
Ealing Council announced yesterday (August 12th) that it has launched its new recycling scheme for residents. This innovative project means that people out and about in the borough don't have to send recyclable items to a landfill, as they can use the new bins that have been placed around the area.
Read Article ... Published on 13th August, 2014
Plans to regenerate the Acton Gardens housing estate and create some 2,500 new homes have been given the go ahead by the local council.
Read Article ... Published on 14th September, 2012
Ealing Council has welcomed the news that HS2 Limited, the company behind the new High Speed 2 rail link, is considering a tunnel through the borough.
Read Article ... Published on 28th August, 2012
Occupants of flats to rent in Acton are being given the chance to share views on new redevelopment plans for the town centre.
Read Article ... Published on 9th January, 2012
Acton Green is more peaceful and suffers less pollution thanks to recent transport improvements, those in flats to rent in the London borough of Ealing have heard.
Read Article ... Published on 7th February, 2011
Homebuyers are being encouraged to try before they buy when it comes to getting on the housing ladder.
Read Article ... Published on 27th May, 2009