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The local area guide to living in Chiswick

The West London district of Chiswick, resting along the Thames, is a mix of old and new. Stately Georgian buildings by the river are neighboured by more modern structures, creating a sophisticated cosmopolitan atmosphere. Its sizeable growth through the 19th century is evident in much of its Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architectural styles.

The area began as a small farming and fishing village and quickly became a popular countryside haven for city dwellers. The three main areas of Turnham Green, Chiswick Riverside and Chiswick Homefields are enveloped in tranquil, leafy surroundings, making it particularly attractive to families and middle class professionals in need of a more spacious residential area within easy reach of Central London.

Information about the local residents

Chiswick is sometimes thought of as a miniature version of London. Of its 34,300 residents, about 17.4% are aged 15 and under and 12% are aged 65 and over, as compared to London overall, in which 19.8% of the population are 15 and under and 11.1% are 65 and over.

The area is slightly less diverse than London, however, with just under 80% of residents of Chiswick identifying as white and white British, compared to 59.8% in all of London. Residents who identify as Asian and Asian British ethnicities are the next largest group in both, but whilst 8.6% of Chiswick’s population describe themselves as such, the figure rises to over 18% in the rest of London.

Chiswick is doing fairly well economically, with a comparatively low unemployment rate of about 3.3%, as compared to London’s 5.2% and England’s 4.4%.

Nearby schools

Chiswick has several primary schools with an Ofsted rating of at least ‘Good’, and two ‘Outstanding’ schools. The latter of which are Strand-on-the-Green Infant and Nursery School and Belmont Primary School.

There are two main secondary schools in the area: the independent Arts Educational School London and The Chiswick School, which recently converted to academy status and received an Ofsted rating of ‘Good’.

Getting around

Chiswick has excellent transport links in its corner of Greater London. It lies at the starting points of the North Circular and the South Circular as well as the M4, which grants residents easy access to Heathrow Airport and the M25.

Eleven bus services connect Chiswick with the rest of Greater London, and these include two night services. There are four tube stations in the area: Stamford Brook, Turnham Green, Chiswick Park and Gunnersbury, all of which lie on the District line.

Gunnersbury is also served by the North London Overground Line. Chiswick and Kew Bridge are two railway stations which can be used for travel to London Waterloo via Clapham Junction.

Local shops

As a part of London, Chiswick’s amenities and shopping opportunities are endless. Most shopping is found on Chiswick’s high street which features unique shops like the Old Cinema, which sells antiques and retro furniture. Eco, Lombok, Le Shop and Highly Sprung are other homeware stores along Chiswick High Road, and there are several fashion boutiques including Benetton. Delicatessens such as T. Adamou & Sons.

Turnham Green Terrace is another good shopping location. Among its offering are The Health Store, with health foods and natural body care products, and Dynasty, a vintage and second-hand designer clothing boutique, as well as Tots in the Terrace, a favourite among young Chiswick families. The Stained Glass Place specialises in stained glass windows, an interesting option for those looking to add a touch of unique character to their homes.

Making the most of Chiswick’s lovely post along the Thames, several rowing clubs are based in the area, including The University of London Boat Club which has won the Henley Royal Regatta several times. Tideway Scullers School is a successful rowing club that includes, among its prominent and successful members, World Champion Mahé Drysdale. Other rowing clubs based in Chiswick include the Mortlake Anglian & Alpha Rowing Club and Quintin Boat Club.

Rugby union’s Chiswick RFC play in the London 2 North West division. For amateur sport enthusiasts, Chiswick Common is home to the Rocks Lane Multi Sports Centre, which offers tennis, five-a-side football and netball courts.

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