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The pre-eminent West London suburb, Ealing is one of the most significant suburban areas of London, a gateway to the West, hugely varied and filled with great properties. Ealing is a fantastic solution for people looking for a lot more space than that available closer to the centre of town, but it's most notable as a wonderful place to bring up a family.

Ealing occupies a large area, strung out loosely between the great arteries of the A40 and A4, bound by the Ealing Broadway/Uxbridge Road. It is circled by parks more than almost any other area of London (Ealing Common, Gunnersbury, Elthorne to name just three) and is astonishingly green.

The area has everything you could wish for. A thriving and multicultural mix of people, excellent shopping along the Broadway, both in major shopping centres and in smaller stores, and above all for those looking to get kids off to the right start, fantastic local schools at both primary and secondary levels.

In Ealing and North Ealing, the principal areas, fantastic properties are always popular with the mainly family market. There are some excellent flats around Ealing Common, some purpose built and many converted, and if you wend your way a little West of the main Ealing areas into West Ealing, houses and flats tend to be more affordable. The main attraction however is the excellent streets of Victorian and Edwardian houses - which are detached, semis and in terraces. These range in size but are all good, spacious homes. If you're looking for even larger properties you're best off ranging north into the Montpelier Park area and Brentham, where some really impressive properties, again Edwardian and Victorian, are relatively plentiful but also always desirable.

Living in Ealing is seen by the locals - a good mix of new incomers and die-hard locals from all backgrounds - as a literal and metaphorical breath of fresh air. It's a refreshing alternative to Hammersmith and cheaper than Fulham or Chiswick. To an extent, Ealing is where Londoners come to breathe.


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Area News for Ealing

Hanwell: A green, peaceful environment for Londoners

Hanwell: A green, peaceful environment for Londoners

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

Barking: Up and coming

Barking: Up and coming

Nestled in the historic heart of the borough of Barking and

Read Article ... Published on 16th March, 2015

Park Royal: Business with pleasure

Park Royal: Business with pleasure

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

Wandsworth forms street clean-up team

Wandsworth forms street clean-up team

Wandsworth Council has combined its litter collection squad and a group of highway agents to create a new, larger street clean-up team.

Read Article ... Published on 13th February, 2015

Lambeth proposes new Business Improvement District

Lambeth proposes new Business Improvement District

Businesses throughout Tulse Hill and West Norwood are planning on joining forces to increase growth in Lambeth Town Centre. The coalition of companies has managed to secure funding from the mayor of London and Lambeth Council, which will be put toward the creation of a Business Improvement District (BID).

Read Article ... Published on 28th January, 2015

Hanwell: A thriving town boasting history and family fun

Hanwell: A thriving town boasting history and family fun

Once a quiet village on the western outskirts of London, Hanwell has grown into a thriving town thanks to small business start-ups and community activity.

Read Article ... Published on 26th January, 2015

Gunnersbury: Cultured and comfortable living in west London

Gunnersbury: Cultured and comfortable living in west London

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

Cyclists to benefit from new Ealing covered cycle hub

Cyclists to benefit from new Ealing covered cycle hub

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

Hounslow Council announces £2.2m investment into Gunnersbury Park

Hounslow Council announces £2.2m investment into Gunnersbury Park

Hounslow Council is investing millions into regenerating the area, according to new research.

Read Article ... Published on 20th October, 2014

Ealing Council helping to boost cycle safety

Ealing Council helping to boost cycle safety

Ealing Council has launched a new drive to boost cycle safety in the area, it has been revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd September, 2014

New transport changes introduced in Ealing

New transport changes introduced in Ealing

A new traffic system is set to transform travel in Ealing, after it was revealed that work on the Southall Broadway is expected to be complete by Christmas.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd September, 2014

Ealing to see new recycling service

Ealing to see new recycling service

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

Plumstead: A diverse and green suburb in the heart of Greenwich

Plumstead: A diverse and green suburb in the heart of Greenwich

Plumstead is a large, multicultural district of south-east London located in the London borough of Greenwich.

Read Article ... Published on 20th June, 2014

Disabled residents in Hillingdon to benefit from new sporting initiative

Disabled residents in Hillingdon to benefit from new sporting initiative

A charity has received over £90,000 to boost sporting facilities for disabled people in Hillingdon, it has been announced.

Read Article ... Published on 17th June, 2014

Turnham Green: A leafy and pleasant suburb of West London

Turnham Green: A leafy and pleasant suburb of West London

Turnham Green is a leafy and pleasant area of Chiswick, West London, with lots of parks and green spaces. 

Read Article ... Published on 6th March, 2014

Coombe: An affluent and upmarket suburb of London

Coombe: An affluent and upmarket suburb of London

Coombe is a tranquil and affluent suburb of London which lies within the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames.

Read Article ... Published on 14th February, 2014

Merton: Borough bids to become centre of cycle safety

Merton: Borough bids to become centre of cycle safety

The borough of Merton is located in south-west London and includes a number of districts including Wimbledon, Colliers Wood and Morden, to name just a few.

Read Article ... Published on 20th December, 2013

Wandsworth Council revamps borough in multi-million pound improvement project

Wandsworth Council revamps borough in multi-million pound improvement project

Wandsworth Council has announced that it will be making a number of changes to the town centre, as part of a multi-million pound improvement project.

Read Article ... Published on 9th December, 2013

Ealing Council approves £155m redevelopment scheme

Ealing Council approves £155m redevelopment scheme

A £155 million regeneration scheme is set to get underway in Ealing, it has been reported, with full approval by the borough council.

Read Article ... Published on 26th November, 2013

The cost of buying homes in London has further increased

The cost of buying homes in London has further increased

The cost of buying a house in London has continued to increase, making it harder for first time buyers to get a foot on the property ladder. New figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) have found that the average deposit for someone buying their first home in London has reached an all-time high of £64,000. This new information suggests that people wishing to find a new home might be better looking for properties to rent in London.

Read Article ... Published on 30th August, 2013

Ealing Council boosts cycling with pop-up shop

Ealing Council boosts cycling with pop-up shop

Ealing Council is encouraging more people to get healthy this summer and cycle, with a new pop-up bike shop. The temporary shop will be open this weekend and through the rest of the summer. The council has teamed up with London Bike Hub to deliver this new project.

Read Article ... Published on 11th July, 2013

Ealing encourages apprenticeships with new scheme

Ealing encourages apprenticeships with new scheme

Ealing council is taking a step towards helping local young people in need of a job throughout the London borough, with the advent of a new programme that will see local businesses encouraged to hire young people as part of its apprenticeship scheme.

Read Article ... Published on 15th May, 2013

Bloomsbury: Love your London location

Bloomsbury: Love your London location

Acquiring your perfect abode in central London can present a number of difficulties and disadvantages. The hustle and bustle of Westminster might be quite appealing for some but others may prefer to be somewhere a little quieter and a bit more removed.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd April, 2013

Greenwich families get employment scheme

Greenwich families get employment scheme

Families in the London borough of Greenwich suffering from the dire employment situation will be relieved to hear the council has devised a solution to help them find work, allowing them to remain in the area where their children attend school and they have long-established ties.

Read Article ... Published on 22nd April, 2013

Future of Bexley adult education centre secured

Future of Bexley adult education centre secured

The future of adult education in the London borough of Bexley has been secured, with councillors meeting earlier this week (April 16th) in order to hash out a deal that will see Bird College provide excellent services to the area.

Read Article ... Published on 18th April, 2013

Bayswater: where worlds collide

Bayswater: where worlds collide

Fancy living in an area where you could feasibly call Hyde Park your back garden? Or where you can call a gorgeous townhouse with a Victorian stucco terrace 'home'? In that case, look no further than Bayswater, a built-up district bordering Kensington Gardens that is often described as one of the most attractive areas in London. Be prepared for gorgeous tree-lined streets, wide open spaces and a varied and cosmopolitan community - hence the name of this article.

Read Article ... Published on 18th March, 2013

Maida Vale: Quiet yet central

Maida Vale: Quiet yet central

One of the many attractive factors of living in London is the sheer variety of what's on offer. No matter your preferences, you're always likely to find something appealing, which makes house hunting a relatively pleasant experience.

Read Article ... Published on 26th March, 2013

London boroughs form new parking service

London boroughs form new parking service

Residents in the London boroughs of Ealing, Brent and Hounslow will be able to take advantage of a new and unique parking service across west London after local authorities announced the development of the initiative.

Read Article ... Published on 21st March, 2013

Selsdon's Quest Academy to benefit from £16 million regeneration

Selsdon's Quest Academy to benefit from £16 million regeneration

Quest Academy in Selsdon, Croydon, is set to undergo a £16 million rebuilding project in a bid to create a school that will serve both pupils and residents in the local community.

Read Article ... Published on 6th March, 2013

Richmond tackles antisocial behaviour

Richmond tackles antisocial behaviour

The London borough of Richmond-Upon-Thames has developed a new local tenancy strategy designed to help eliminate antisocial behaviour, which is sure to be a welcome move for those residing in the area.

Read Article ... Published on 7th February, 2013

New park almost complete in Norwood Green

New park almost complete in Norwood Green

Residents living in Norwood Green will soon be able to enjoy a brand new green space, which is due to open in just a few months.

Read Article ... Published on 27th December, 2012

Ealing Broadway residents to enjoy new cinema

Ealing Broadway residents to enjoy new cinema

Residents in Ealing Broadway have been without a cinema for four years now following the closure of a facility owned by Empire Cinemas in 2008.

Read Article ... Published on 24th December, 2012

Crossrail to boost London property market by £5.5bn

Crossrail to boost London property market by £5.5bn

Lettings in London could receive a major boost from the Crossrail project over the next nine years as significant investment takes place along the public transport route.

Read Article ... Published on 25th October, 2012

Lambeth residents to enjoy cleaner streets and safer communities

Lambeth residents to enjoy cleaner streets and safer communities

Property to rent in Lambeth has always been attractive thanks to the borough's close proximity to central London, its green spaces, its riverside areas and its numerous amenities.

Read Article ... Published on 3rd October, 2012

Acton Council approves housing estate plans

Acton Council approves housing estate plans

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

HS2 Ltd considering tunnel for Ealing

HS2 Ltd considering tunnel for Ealing

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

Victoria to get new shopping district

Victoria to get new shopping district

Plans have been announced that will see a new shopping district created in Victoria, Westminster.

Read Article ... Published on 17th July, 2012

Croydon to get £1bn mega mall?

Croydon to get £1bn mega mall?

A new £1 billion mega mall may be opening in Croydon. 

Read Article ... Published on 29th June, 2012

Barking and Dagenham Council to take repairs in-house

Barking and Dagenham Council to take repairs in-house

Tenants in Barking and Dagenham could see their home repairs carried out in a quick manner going forward.

Read Article ... Published on 27th June, 2012

Hounslow launches major clean-up operation

Hounslow launches major clean-up operation

A major spruce up initiative has been launched in Hounslow to get the borough looking its best.

Read Article ... Published on 25th June, 2012

Central London penthouse appealing to renters?

Central London penthouse appealing to renters?

Now is the perfect time for people to get their hands on a central London penthouse.

Read Article ... Published on 25th June, 2012

Epsom & Ewell 3rd best borough in the UK

Epsom & Ewell 3rd best borough in the UK

Epsom & Ewell Borough has been ranked as one of the best places to live in the UK.

Read Article ... Published on 22nd June, 2012

Harrow cycling and walking routes improved

Harrow cycling and walking routes improved

Extensive improvements have been be made to the cycling and walking routes in Harrow.

Read Article ... Published on 17th May, 2012

Southall estate to benefit from £196m regeneration

Southall estate to benefit from £196m regeneration

The Havelock Estate in Southall, Ealing, will be constructed as part of a £196 million regeneration programme.

Read Article ... Published on 14th May, 2012

Every Hounslow secondary school is outstanding or good

Every Hounslow secondary school is outstanding or good

Every single secondary school in Hounslow has achieved an outstanding or good inspection from Ofsted.

Read Article ... Published on 30th April, 2012

Ealing libraries to remain open after £2.2m investment

Ealing libraries to remain open after £2.2m investment

Some £2.2 million is to be invested in refurbishing two libraries and relocating another in Ealing.

Read Article ... Published on 25th April, 2012

Enfield's Ponders End Park gets refurb

Enfield's Ponders End Park gets refurb

Enfield Council has officially opened Ponders End Park after completing a refurbishment project.

Read Article ... Published on 12th April, 2012

Ealing gets govt funding for neighbourhood initiatives

Ealing gets govt funding for neighbourhood initiatives

A number of neighbourhood planning initiatives are being considered for Ealing.

Read Article ... Published on 30th March, 2012

Ealing Council outlines new local development plans

Ealing Council outlines new local development plans

People seeking flats to rent in Ealing are set to see millions of pounds invested into local improvement schemes over the coming year.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd March, 2012

Plaistow: A well-situated residential area

Plaistow: A well-situated residential area

People seeking flats to rent in Plaistow will find that the area provides them with a well-connected place to live, with various local amenities and points of interest in the immediate vicinity.

Read Article ... Published on 29th February, 2012

Ealing stop and shop parking scheme to be revamped

Ealing stop and shop parking scheme to be revamped

People seeking flats to rent in Ealing could be set to benefit from the introduction of an enhanced stop and shop parking scheme in the local area.

Read Article ... Published on 13th February, 2012

Bexley highlights progress on local Olympic planning

Bexley highlights progress on local Olympic planning

People occupying flats to rent in Bexley have been assured that the local council is making good progress in getting ready for the forthcoming 2012 Olympic Games in London.

Read Article ... Published on 8th February, 2012

Acton residents to offer views on town centre improvements

Acton residents to offer views on town centre improvements

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

Ealing Council bolsters local safety with new lighting

Ealing Council bolsters local safety with new lighting

Residents of flats to rent in Ealing are to benefit from improved local security thanks to the addition of new lights in a number of key areas.

Read Article ... Published on 13th December, 2011

Greenford Hall in Uxbridge to reopen after renovation

Greenford Hall in Uxbridge to reopen after renovation

Residents of flats to rent in Greenford will see a range of new and improved amenities open to them following the re-opening of the local Greenford Hall over the festive period.

Read Article ... Published on 5th December, 2011

Joe Orton book cover exhibition opens in Islington

Joe Orton book cover exhibition opens in Islington

People living in property to rent in Islington can enjoy a new exhibition from tomorrow (October 13th) celebrating the life of the writer Joe Orton and his partner Kenneth Halliwell.

Read Article ... Published on 12th October, 2011

Enfield residents urged to sign anti-spitting petition

Enfield residents urged to sign anti-spitting petition

People living in flats to rent in Enfield are being urged to sign a petition to ban spitting in the borough.

Read Article ... Published on 11th October, 2011

Tower Hamlets women invited to get healthy

Tower Hamlets women invited to get healthy

Women living in property to rent in Tower Hamlets will have the chance to lead healthier lifestyles thanks to a new initiative in the borough.

Read Article ... Published on 6th September, 2011

Richmond residents urged to donate old mobile phones

Richmond residents urged to donate old mobile phones

Mobile phone owners living in property to rent in Richmond are being urged to donate their old handsets to charitable cause.

Read Article ... Published on 24th August, 2011

Tower Hamlets Council fights to preserve industrial past

Tower Hamlets Council fights to preserve industrial past

Residents living in property to rent in the London borough of Tower Hamlets, among others in the area, will be able to find out about the history of the area in which they reside, after the council vowed to preserve its industrial past.

Read Article ... Published on 15th August, 2011

Ealing gardeners reminded to recycle garden waste

Ealing gardeners reminded to recycle garden waste

Keen gardeners living in property to rent in the London borough of Ealing are being urged to compost or recycle their garden waste.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd March, 2011

Harrow: 'offers plenty for families looking to learn'

Harrow: 'offers plenty for families looking to learn'

Probably most famous for its prestigious school, Harrow is a suburb situated in the north-west of London in the borough of the same name. The area was highlighted in mayor Boris Johnson's London Plan, which suggests a number of ways in which new home and jobs can be created in the area, helping to boost the fortunes of the capital.

Read Article ... Published on 22nd February, 2011

Brent homework clubs to help with school work

Brent homework clubs to help with school work

A new scheme in Brent will help children to complete their homework, it has been announced, which may benefit families in flats to rent in the London borough of Brent.

Read Article ... Published on 14th February, 2011

Flats to rent in Ealing: New buses please residents

Flats to rent in Ealing: New buses please residents

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

Residents of property to rent in Ealing urged to apply for alley-gating scheme

Residents of property to rent in Ealing urged to apply for alley-gating scheme

Residents of property to rent in the London borough of Ealing are being urged to submit their applications for the council's alley-gating scheme.

Read Article ... Published on 19th January, 2011

Flats to rent in Merton: Residents see improvements in area

Flats to rent in Merton: Residents see improvements in area

A survey may have given further reasons to seek flats to rent in the London borough of Merton, after finding that residents are happier with the local council.

Read Article ... Published on 18th January, 2011

Council ratings may boost demand for flats to rent in Ealing

Council ratings may boost demand for flats to rent in Ealing

Those considering looking for property to rent in Ealing may be encouraged by news that a poll has rated the services of the borough council very highly.

Read Article ... Published on 10th January, 2011

Flats to rent in Islington may enjoy leafier environment

Flats to rent in Islington may enjoy leafier environment

Those seeking flats to rent in Islington may be able to enjoy a leafier environment following the publication of a proposed new council policy on trees.

Read Article ... Published on 6th January, 2011

Flats for rent in Ealing may be popular as cinema plans advance

Flats for rent in Ealing may be popular as cinema plans advance

Those seeking property to rent in the London Borough of Ealing may soon be able to enjoy more local entertainment with plans under way to restore an old cinema in the area.

Read Article ... Published on 21st December, 2010

West Hampstead: Affluent north-west London area with great transport links

West Hampstead: Affluent north-west London area with great transport links

West Hampstead is an unusual area in London, because unlike some it is split between two boroughs. Lying in the north of the capital, it is partly in Camden, while a portion lies in Brent.

Read Article ... Published on 20th December, 2010

Flats to rent in Ealing may be popular as London missed empty homes fall

Flats to rent in Ealing may be popular as London missed empty homes fall

New statistics have revealed the number of empty homes in England has fallen, but this new downward trend is least likely to benefit London and the south.

Read Article ... Published on 20th December, 2010

Residents in flats to rent in Ealing could help their community

Residents in flats to rent in Ealing could help their community

People occupying flats to rent in the London Borough of Ealing may choose to step up their recycling effort in a bid to help their electoral ward gain some extra finance.

Read Article ... Published on 3rd November, 2010

New hotline may benefit people in flats to rent in Ealing

New hotline may benefit people in flats to rent in Ealing

Residents occupying flats to rent in the London Borough of Ealing may benefit from the introduction of a Grimebusters hotline to report any incidents that take place.

Read Article ... Published on 15th October, 2010

Are flats to rent in London perfect for workers?

Are flats to rent in London perfect for workers?

Flats to rent in the London Borough of Sutton may be ideal for the many people in the UK who claim living in close proximity to work is important to them.

Read Article ... Published on 1st October, 2010

Could flats to rent be more appealing as Nationwide reveals price rises?

Could flats to rent be more appealing as Nationwide reveals price rises?

Brits looking for a home may be tempted by flats to rent in the London Borough of Croydon when they hear further reports of price increases in the UK.

Read Article ... Published on 30th September, 2010

Could north-south property divide make flats to rent appealing?

Could north-south property divide make flats to rent appealing?

Some people may be tempted to consider flats to rent in the London Borough of Wandsworth following one expert's comments regarding the housing market.

Read Article ... Published on 29th September, 2010

Higher house prices 'may make flats to rent more appealing'

Higher house prices 'may make flats to rent more appealing'

More people in the UK could be tempted to look at flats to rent in the London Borough of Newham when they see the latest house price figures from the Land Registry.

Read Article ... Published on 28th September, 2010

Could flats to rent be solution to high mortgage rates?

Could flats to rent be solution to high mortgage rates?

Flats to rent in the London Borough of Hounslow may be appealing to people who do not want to pay the "large" rates lenders are charging on mortgages.

Read Article ... Published on 24th September, 2010

Flats to rent in Ealing 'may benefit from recycling schemes'

Flats to rent in Ealing 'may benefit from recycling schemes'

Flats to rent in the London Borough of Ealing could become attractive places to live as the council has just approved a new recycling incentive.

Read Article ... Published on 22nd September, 2010

Could limited housing activity make flats to rent appealing?

Could limited housing activity make flats to rent appealing?

Fewer buyers means property prices are rising in the UK, which could see people consider flats to rent in the London Borough of Hillingdon instead.

Read Article ... Published on 21st September, 2010

Flats to rent 'may be appealing as house price growth halts'

Flats to rent 'may be appealing as house price growth halts'

One expert claims sustainable house price growth is still a long way off for people in the UK, which may encourage them to look at flats to rent in the London Borough of Newham.

Read Article ... Published on 20th September, 2010

Slowing London property market 'may make flats to rent appealing'

Slowing London property market 'may make flats to rent appealing'

Flats to rent in the London Borough of Kensington & Chelsea could be more attractive to those searching for a home, as one expert claims the property market will "struggle for some time".

Read Article ... Published on 20th September, 2010

Could recession concerns make flats to rent appealing?

Could recession concerns make flats to rent appealing?

More people could be encouraged to look at flats to rent in the London Borough of Broxbourne with the threat of a double dip recession on the horizon.

Read Article ... Published on 17th September, 2010

Could conflicting housing reports make flats to rent appealing?

Could conflicting housing reports make flats to rent appealing?

Flats to rent in the London Borough of Epsom & Ewell could be an attractive option for people confused by conflicting house price reports.

Read Article ... Published on 14th September, 2010

Could expensive catchment areas make flats to rent appealing?

Could expensive catchment areas make flats to rent appealing?

People may want to consider flats to rent in London if they hope to get their child into a good school, as buying a property could prove to be expensive.

Read Article ... Published on 13th September, 2010

Will Brits consider flats to rent as home insurance is set to rise?

Will Brits consider flats to rent as home insurance is set to rise?

Flats to rent in the London Borough of Croydon could get more appealing as experts have warned home insurance premiums are likely to rise.

Read Article ... Published on 13th September, 2010

Property 'dead zone' may make flats to rent appealing

Property 'dead zone' may make flats to rent appealing

More people could be encouraged to look at flats to rent in the London Borough of Croydon, as the property market in the UK has reached a "dead zone".

Read Article ... Published on 10th September, 2010

Could unexpected purchasing costs make flats to rent appealing?

Could unexpected purchasing costs make flats to rent appealing?

Flats to rent in the London Borough of Broxbourne could appeal to Brits as new research shows many underestimate the cost of buying and doing up a home.

Read Article ... Published on 8th September, 2010

Flats to rent more appealing as house prices rise?

Flats to rent more appealing as house prices rise?

More people could be encouraged to look at flats to rent in the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham as figures show house prices are on the up.

Read Article ... Published on 8th September, 2010

Could 'unaffordable' home repairs make flats to rent more appealing?

Could 'unaffordable' home repairs make flats to rent more appealing?

More people may be eager to consider flats to rent in the London Borough of Hillingdon when they hear about the problems some Brits are having with house repairs.

Read Article ... Published on 7th September, 2010

Could food waste scheme make flats to rent in Islington more appealing?

Could food waste scheme make flats to rent in Islington more appealing?

People living in flats to rent in the London Borough of Islington will soon be able to take part in a new food recycling scheme in the area.

Read Article ... Published on 1st September, 2010

Flats to rent in London 'may be cheaper following house price rises'

Flats to rent in London 'may be cheaper following house price rises'

More people could be encouraged to look at flats to rent in the London Borough of Havering when they see the latest figures from the Land Registry.

Read Article ... Published on 27th August, 2010

Could river clean-up make flats to rent in London more appealing?

Could river clean-up make flats to rent in London more appealing?

People looking at flats to rent in the London borough of Hammersmith & Fulham may be pleased to know they could be living in a clean area if they decide to move house.

Read Article ... Published on 27th August, 2010

Could lender charges make property to rent more appealing?

Could lender charges make property to rent more appealing?

Property to rent in London may be an attractive option as many lenders are "charging quite a bit" to those who want to borrow money, it has been claimed.

Read Article ... Published on 26th August, 2010

Could low housing transactions increase appeal of flats to rent?

Could low housing transactions increase appeal of flats to rent?

Flats to rent could become more appealing when people learn house buying activity remains low in the UK.

Read Article ... Published on 25th August, 2010

Ealing: The family friendly area of London

Ealing: The family friendly area of London

Background

Read Article ... Published on 25th August, 2010

Popularity of London 'may mean more flats to rent''

Popularity of London 'may mean more flats to rent''

There could be more flats to rent in the city of London as it is a place often targeted by property investors.

Read Article ... Published on 20th August, 2010

Could lack of construction make flats to rent appealing?

Could lack of construction make flats to rent appealing?

A lack of construction in the UK could encourage more people to look at flats to rent in the London borough of Redbridge instead of trying to find a new property.

Read Article ... Published on 19th August, 2010

Flats to rent in Kensington & Chelsea 'not subject to property fluctuations'

Flats to rent in Kensington & Chelsea 'not subject to property fluctuations'

Flats to rent in the London borough of Kensington & Chelsea may be appealing to people who want to avoid the unstable property market.

Read Article ... Published on 16th August, 2010

Ask landlords 'about insulating flats to rent in London'

Ask landlords 'about insulating flats to rent in London'

People looking at flats to rent in the London borough of Ealing can still ensure their homes are cosy and warm during the winter months.

Read Article ... Published on 16th August, 2010

Could improving conditions make flats to rent in London more appealing?

Could improving conditions make flats to rent in London more appealing?

There could be more flats to rent in London as the property situation for buy-to-let landlords is improving in the UK, according to one expert.

Read Article ... Published on 11th August, 2010

Community centre 'could make flats to rent in London appealing'

Community centre 'could make flats to rent in London appealing'

People looking at flats to rent in the London borough of Barking & Dagenham could benefit from a new community project in the area.

Read Article ... Published on 10th August, 2010

Could 'narrow number of options' increase attractiveness of flats to rent?

Could 'narrow number of options' increase attractiveness of flats to rent?

Flats to rent in the London borough of Bexley could be appealing as one expert believes there are a "very narrow" number of options for first-time buyers.

Read Article ... Published on 9th August, 2010

Is regeneration improving flats to rent in London?

Is regeneration improving flats to rent in London?

Those wanting flats to rent in the London borough of Ealing may be pleased to hear that new regeneration projects are planned in the area.

Read Article ... Published on 6th August, 2010

Will less construction activity persuade more to consider renting in London?

Will less construction activity persuade more to consider renting in London?

More people may be encouraged to look at property to rent in the London borough of Hackney after one industry suggested a fall in construction activity was to be expected.

Read Article ... Published on 13th July, 2010

Home loan outlook 'might encourage more to rent in London'

Home loan outlook 'might encourage more to rent in London'

It may be that more people consider looking for property to rent in the London borough of Ealing after the head of an industry body indicated that positive mortgage figures would not last.

Read Article ... Published on 13th July, 2010

Mortgage availability 'may mean more rent flats in London'

Mortgage availability 'may mean more rent flats in London'

More people may be considering property to rent in the London borough of Richmond-upon-Thames after one housing expert stated problems still face first-time buyers looking to purchase their first home.

Read Article ... Published on 12th July, 2010

Will developers' funding problems boost renting in London?

Will developers' funding problems boost renting in London?

People looking for property to rent in London may be interested to hear that the economic downturn has hit the construction industry in the capital hard and that some companies are still dealing with financial worries.

Read Article ... Published on 6th July, 2010

Acton: London's suburban retreat

Acton: London's suburban retreat

Background

Read Article ... Published on 5th July, 2010

Static mortgage lending 'may make flats in London more appealing'

Static mortgage lending 'may make flats in London more appealing'

News that mortgage approvals are likely to remain static could encourage more people to look for flats to rent in the London borough of Lambeth.

Read Article ... Published on 1st July, 2010

Flats to rent in London 'increasingly preferred' among Brits

Flats to rent in London 'increasingly preferred' among Brits

Searching for a flat to rent in London may be increasingly more appealing as stepping on to the housing ladder becomes harder to do.

Read Article ... Published on 29th June, 2010

Flats to rent in London 'may be appealing after VAT increase'

Flats to rent in London 'may be appealing after VAT increase'

A VAT increase in the UK could encourage more people to consider looking at flats to rent in London instead of purchasing a home.

Read Article ... Published on 25th June, 2010

House prices rise almost ten per cent in a year

House prices rise almost ten per cent in a year

More people might think about looking for property to rent in London as figures from Acadmetrics showed an 18 per cent drop in the number of homes sold during May.

Read Article ... Published on 14th June, 2010

Private rented sector 'important to the UK'

Private rented sector 'important to the UK'

People considering looking for property to rent in London are being told that those choosing to live in rented accommodation are just as important as individuals who purchase a place.

Read Article ... Published on 10th June, 2010

"Modest" house building figures down to mortgage shortages

"Modest" house building figures down to mortgage shortages

People who are considering whether to look for property to rent in the London borough of Ealing or elsewhere in the country may be interested in the news that mortgage unavailability is impacting on house-building in the UK.

Read Article ... Published on 24th May, 2010

Mortgage customers 'less satisfied' with government-backed banks

Mortgage customers 'less satisfied' with government-backed banks

Government-backed banks trail commercial rivals in terms of customer satisfaction, according to a survey.

Read Article ... Published on 30th April, 2010

First-time buyers 'disappearing from market'

First-time buyers 'disappearing from market'

Fewer first-time buyers are purchasing home loans in the UK, according to new figures.

Read Article ... Published on 28th April, 2010

Regulating letting agents would make sense, says expert

Regulating letting agents would make sense, says expert

A leading property expert has suggested that steps to regulate letting agents in the UK would "make sense".

Read Article ... Published on 7th April, 2010

Southall Gas Works mini-town gets go ahead

Southall Gas Works mini-town gets go ahead

Proposals to create a mini-village on the site of Southall Gas Works have been approved by the mayor of London.

Read Article ... Published on 29th March, 2010

Olympic site taken over by Legacy Company

Olympic site taken over by Legacy Company

People in accounting jobs may find dealing with tax far simpler with the introduction of electronic P60 certificates.

Read Article ... Published on 22nd March, 2010

Mortgage 'should be paid off by 50s'

Mortgage 'should be paid off by 50s'

It is important for people to take steps to pay off their mortgage before they reach the age of 55, one sector commentator has claimed.

Read Article ... Published on 10th March, 2010

Millions of Brits 'permanently overdrawn'

Millions of Brits 'permanently overdrawn'

Millions of consumers in the UK are living off their overdraft, new research has revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 24th February, 2010

Rise in VAT 'could be psychologically damaging'

Rise in VAT 'could be psychologically damaging'

It has been announced that VAT is set to rise again, following its holiday.

Read Article ... Published on 15th December, 2009

House prices 'still rising'

House prices 'still rising'

House prices increased by 0.6 per cent in October when compared to the previous month's figures, new research has revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 27th November, 2009

Could lack of housing supply mean less choice?

Could lack of housing supply mean less choice?

With new research revealing that there are now five house-hunters to every property currently on the market, Britons may find that there is not much choice when it comes to finding their dream home.

Read Article ... Published on 6th November, 2009

Conservatives 'announce new housing benefit plans'

Conservatives 'announce new housing benefit plans'

The Conservative Party has announced its plans to change the housing benefits system, should it come into power.

Read Article ... Published on 23rd October, 2009

Low interest rate 'good for private rented sector'

Low interest rate 'good for private rented sector'

Landlords in London and the UK as a whole have benefited from low interest rates over the last few months, it has been suggested.

Read Article ... Published on 17th August, 2009

'Plenty for foodies to enjoy' in Shoreditch

'Plenty for foodies to enjoy' in Shoreditch

People looking for property to rent in Shoreditch may be keen to explore some of its award-winning bars and restaurants.

Read Article ... Published on 17th July, 2009

'Why availability of property to rent is important'

'Why availability of property to rent is important'

The National Landlords Association (NLA) has issued a statement this week revealing a number of reasons why having a strong private rented sector is vitally important to the housing industry as a whole.

Read Article ... Published on 25th June, 2009

New estate agent blacklist from the OFT

New estate agent blacklist from the OFT

People looking for flats to buy or property to rent in Islington and other areas of London have a new list they can check to see if the estate agent they want to use has been blacklisted by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT).

Read Article ... Published on 19th June, 2009

Tenants 'still in strong position'

Rental prices dropped 0.4 per cent in April, according to letting agent Your Move, which means tenants may be able to find cheaper property to rent in London than they could in the previous month.

Read Article ... Published on 5th June, 2009

Female landlords 'view tenants as customers'

Residents of property to rent in London who have female landlords may be getting a different service to their counterparts who reside in homes run by male property professionals.

Read Article ... Published on 27th May, 2009

Mayor pledges investment for training of residents of property in London

Londoners will be able to obtain qualifications for working in transport under a new multi-million pound plan unveiled by the mayor.

Read Article ... Published on 21st April, 2009

'Too soon to tell' if property market is recovering

Data revealing that house prices increased in March should not be taken as an indication that the market is recovering, it has been warned.

Read Article ... Published on 3rd April, 2009

Hounslow and Redbridge price slide continues

House prices in many London boroughs remain considerably lower than the level of a year ago, it has been confirmed.

Read Article ... Published on 16th March, 2009

London boroughs to receive government funding

Over £17 million is to be provided by the government to help London boroughs meet challenges presented by the recession, it has been revealed.

Read Article ... Published on 25th February, 2009

London adults 'benefiting from learning grants'

Londoners have been urged to take advantage of support that is available to them through the Adult Learning Grant (ALG).

Read Article ... Published on 11th February, 2009

Government website highlights contracts for London SMEs

Londoners who operate small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have been encouraged to take advantage of public sector contracts.

Read Article ... Published on 6th February, 2009

Mayor pledges outer London investment

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has called for greater investment to be made in the capital's outer boroughs.

Read Article ... Published on 3rd February, 2009

Figures show continued property price falls

House prices in London have continued to drop, the latest figures have shown.

Read Article ... Published on 30th December, 2008

Funding to reduce alcohol-related crime in London

London residents could be set to see a reduction in alcohol-related problems as a result of new funding.

Read Article ... Published on 11th December, 2008

Merton best for dealing with autism, says NAS

The London borough of Merton has been rated top among all local authorities in England for dealing with adults who have autism.

Read Article ... Published on 3rd December, 2008

London bus journeys 'now more pleasurable'

A drive to make bus travel more appealing to Londoners has been hailed as a success.

Read Article ... Published on 2nd December, 2008

Mayor proposes boost for London economy

Boris Johnson has unveiled a series of proposals designed to stimulate business in the capital.

Read Article ... Published on 18th November, 2008

Outer London Commission 'to create vibrant suburbs'

A new commission has been created to help with the development of outer London boroughs.

Read Article ... Published on 13th November, 2008

BAA in £230 million Crossrail deal

Crossrail has agreed a £230 million funding deal with the British Airports Authority (BAA) to help develop the service.

Read Article ... Published on 4th November, 2008

House prices still falling

In news which may dissuade those living in London from seeking to get onto the property ladder, house prices have recorded another fall.

Read Article ... Published on 9th October, 2008

Mayor in crime pledge

London mayor Boris Johnson has pledged a crackdown on youth crime.

Read Article ... Published on 1st October, 2008

Mayfair estate agent gives up on property sales

An estate agent based in the exclusive Mayfair area of London has given up selling property after 17 years in the business.

Read Article ... Published on 27th August, 2008

London rents falling

The cost of renting property in London has begun to fall as a number of new rental properties enter the market.

Read Article ... Published on 20th August, 2008

Mortgage lenders increase rates

Three UK-based lenders have increased the cost of their fixed-rate mortgage loans.

Read Article ... Published on 26th June, 2008

Landlords 'need to know their market'

It is very important for landlords with property to rent in London and other parts of the country to understand what renters are looking for.

Read Article ... Published on 26th June, 2008

Bank withholds interest rate relief again

Bank of England officials have once again declined to lower the base rate of borrowing, dealing a blow to London property owners who are struggling to maintain their mortgage repayments.

Read Article ... Published on 5th June, 2008

Savvy landlord going green

Forward-thinking landlords are looking to step up their green credentials in recognition of the public's growing support for environmental issues, it has been claimed.

Read Article ... Published on 13th May, 2008

CIH calls for more professional lets

The Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) has called on the government to increase the number of professional lets on the market.

Read Article ... Published on 30th April, 2008

London FTBs face near impossible struggle

House prices have risen so fast that London-based first time buyers (FTBs) face an immensely difficult struggle to get on the property ladder.

Read Article ... Published on 17th April, 2008

Mortgage costs to rise despite rate cut

The Bank of England may have reduced interest rates to five per cent last week, but prospective homeowners will take little solace in the fact that mortgage rates are continuing to rise.

Read Article ... Published on 16th April, 2008

Mortgage holders 'in for shock'

Three out of four homeowners can expect higher mortgage rates when their fixed-rate deals expire, it has been claimed.

Read Article ... Published on 8th April, 2008

Student rental market 'ideal for landlords'

The National Landlords Association (NLA) has touted the benefits that buy-to-let investors can enjoy by focusing on the student rental market.

Read Article ... Published on 5th March, 2008

Government 'needs to ensure housing stock'

Affordable housing experts have claimed that more needs to be done to ensure that new decently priced housing arrives on the market in a quantity great enough to meet demand.

Read Article ... Published on 1st February, 2008

First time buyers 'can't be indexed to average price'

Pessimistic first-time-buyer projections from Halifax have been questioned by property specialists, but prospects for buying, especially in areas like London, were still claimed to be highly problematic.

Read Article ... Published on 4th January, 2008

House prices may be 'too low for sellers'

Recent drop-offs in house prices will influence property decisions, but will not necessarily lead to more buying, it has been claimed.

Read Article ... Published on 12th December, 2007


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Price Guide for Ealing

Weekly From Average To
Studio £120 £173 £210
1 Bed £175 £237 £255
2 Bed £213 £323 £415
3 Bed £265 £398 £510
Monthly From Average To
Studio £520 £750 £910
1 Bed £758 £1027 £1105
2 Bed £923 £1400 £1798
3 Bed £1148 £1725 £2210

This is only a guide to average relative rent in Ealing. Expect local variations due to condition & location.

Travel Guide for Ealing

Transport:
District, Central and Piccadilly
Journey Time:
~20-25 mins

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