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What is the crime rate and the schools like on the Worple Estate in Isleworth?

Also does the noise from planes to/from Heathrow disturb residents at night? Do Mogden sewage works create a smell across the estate in the summer? Can you smell it inside? The area seems good value for housing. How much of the estate is privately owned? Buying a family home is such a big decision just wanted a little help.

Asked on Jan 29 2010, Safety & Crime in Isleworth | Report content

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  • I have lived here since 1994, the area has improved over the years. On my stretch of road there are only 3 houses left the are owned by the council, the rest is privately owned. The planes do not tend to go over at night so that is not too bad, they seam to start around 6 am. Having been here for so long you don't notice the noise so much. The smell from mogden, it is very rare that you do smell it, there was an occasion last week when you could outside, you can't smell it in the house. As for the crime rate on my stretch of road it is very quiet and we have had no crime at all, I am not too sure on the other roads on the estate. The houses are definatley good value for money.

    Answered on Mar 16 2010, Report content
  • I have lived on the Worple estate since 2005 and am very happy with the area. I very rarely notice the planes, more so in the summer when we have the back door or the windows open. In the whole time I have lived there I think I have smelled the Mogden sewage works 3 times and never that badly, which was a consideration when I moved to the area. There is a Thames water website where you can check complaints and which roads are affected, however the Worple Estate is rarely affected. Like the previous commenter very few of the houses on my road are still owned by the local authority and on my stretch of the road several of our neighbours have bought their houses and have lived there over 40 years. Those houses which are owned by the local authority tend to be well looked after. The properties are reasonably priced for the size of accomodation and garden that you get in comparison to properties St Margaret's which is just across the river crane.

    Answered on Apr 8 2010, Report content

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