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City of London Borough Guide
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Not just a borough but a City in it's own right, this is the Small but perfectly formed economic powerhouse of London, UK and Europe. Residential housing is sparce as offices and retail outlets dominate in the (in)famous square mile. The total number of residents is actually less than 10,000 but during the day, the working population swells to over 300,000!
The City is a unique, historic place where only a few live, but many come to work in an area known as the leader in international business and finance services, not just for the UK but also for the world. It makes a hugely disproportionate impact on the national economy and has also emerged as a leading international centre for art and culture. Perhaps unsurprisingly, most of The City's residents are educated and of working age and have incomes significantly in excess of the London average.
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Regions & Neighbourhoods in City of London
Meaning the ‘stream in the hollow’, Holborn is named after the River Fleet that originally flowed through the area. Modern day Holborn is split across Camden, City of London, and the City of Westm...
St Paul’s actually refers to the cathedral and the area immediately surrounding the magnificent building. Originally developed in 604 AD and dedicated to St Paul, the cathedral is still very central...
At the core of London is the district known as The City. However, despite the importance of this district, the boundaries have not been extended since the Middle Ages, which has resulted in The City b...
City of Westminster
Famous for being the seat of Government around parliament square and Whitehall, but also for its other cultural sites; Buckingham Palace, St James', Trafalgar Square and the Tate Britain amonst others...
Camden is the life and sole of any party; a massive alternative music, cultural and theatre scene runs alongside the mainstream. This area is stereotyped as the hippy, grungy, left-leaning area, but w...
Hackney did once have a bit of a bad reputation for being downtrodden and crime-ridden, but parts of Hackney have now been transformed into super-trendy hotspots where everyone wants to be seen; on th...
In terms of diversity, you’d be pushed to find a London borough with more opposing moods than Tower Hamlets. Home to the famous curry houses of Brick Lane, the hip art gallery and the East London Mo...
Southwark is an inner London borough that fronts the river Thames and is home to extensive commerce, business and entertainment. The north of the borough has been transformed in the past ten years. Th...
Geographically compact according to one report, small in everyone else's language, Islington is home to approx 200,000 people. A borough of marked contrasts - very wealthy and very deprived live in ne...
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