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The local area guide to living in Teddington

Teddington is a leafy suburban area of south west London. It sits within the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames, though it used to be part of the county of Middlesex. The area is mostly residential, with many streets of semi detached and terraced housing. However, dotted throughout are more expensive properties on streets like Kingston Lane, an up market, tree-lined street that has a lot of large detached houses. There are also some excellent flats in Teddington, with some particularly good developments by the riverside.

Whilst there isn’t really a town centre, there are plenty of shops throughout the area. Teddington also boasts a Thames Lifeboat Station and is home to the famous Teddington Studios.

Information about the local residents

At the last census Teddington had a population of almost 10,350 people, mainly made up of white British people. Due to the fact that it’s close to London but also quiet and relaxed, Teddington has a low unemployment rate and attracts people on high incomes. In comparison to London as a whole, the area is not very ethnically diverse, with 80% of the population identifying as white British and a large part of the rest of the population being white of other nationalities.

Over 30% of people own their homes outright in Teddington, with 35% owning their properties with a mortgage. There are over 4500 households in the area, predominantly made up of terraced homes and apartments.

Nearby schools

Teddington lies within the Local Education Authority of Richmond Upon Thames, and has many high achieving pupils attending its schools. In 2012, 63.2% of students achieved five A*-C grades in this Local Education Authority, compared to the national average of 58.2%.

Within Teddington there is one secondary school and six primary schools. Teddington School, the Secondary, was classed as ‘good’ in its latest inspection in 2009. Further education is catered for by St Mary’s University College, which has a campus in the area. Teddington, as you would expect for a wealthy area, is also nearby by a large number of well performing private schools.

Getting around

Teddington is a little too far outside central London to have a tube station, but it does have its own railway station. From there you can take a train to Vauxhall, where you can join the Victoria line on the underground. You can also get a train direct to Waterloo, where you can join the Bakerloo, Northern or Jubilee line, and national services. You can also take a train directly to Kingston in just 5 minutes.

There is a good bus service in the suburb too, including three services that run 24 hours a day, and plenty of day services too. For international travel, the area is well served by Heathrow, which is only 9 miles away.

Local shops

Teddington isn’t what you would call a shopping destination, but that doesn’t matter given the areas close proximity to central London. Within the suburb there is one long row of shops to peruse, though mostly it is full of independent shops and doesn’t have much in the way of the well-known high street brands. However, if you’re looking for a cup of coffee or to browse in a boutique fashion store, it has plenty to offer and it even boasts a specialist Cuban cigar shop!

Within view of the picturesque Teddington Lock there are a selection of cafes and bars, and the High Street also has a few pubs and bars, most of which serve food for those who fancy a meal out. For cinema fans, there is the Odeon in Kingston, and central London is a short journey away for those who are looking for a bigger night out on the tiles.

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All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.


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