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The local area guide to living in Battersea Clapham Junction

The district of Battersea is situated in the London Borough of Wandsworth, south of the River Thames. One of the area’s most famous institutions is Battersea Dogs & Cats Home – a well-known animal sanctuary that was first established in 1860.

Today the area is regarded as an affluent part of the city, counting celebrities such as Bob Geldof and Gordon Ramsay in its residents.

Information about the local residents

The London Borough of Wandsworth is the 8th largest borough in the city, and the 7th most expensive area in terms of housing. It has a population of approximately 300,000, with the majority of these residents living in the Battersea Westminster Parliamentary Constituency.

Battersea itself has seen a population rise of approximately 20,000 over the past 15 years, with a significant increase in diversity. It has also seen an increase in housing prices, with the average house price now sitting at £523,000.

Nearby schools

Wandsworth Borough is home to four independent schools, all of which have excellent GCSE result records. Some have a 100% success rate for students achieving 5 GCSEs at A* - C grades.

There are a number of high-quality state schools available in Battersea, with Ashcroft Technology Academy and Ernest Bevin College topping the area’s secondary school league tables.

Thanks to its premium location in the capital city, Battersea residents also have easy access to all of London’s top universities. There are also a number of noted specialist schools within the area itself, including the South Thames College and the Royal Academy of Dance.

Getting around

Battersea’s main train station, Clapham Junction, has approximately 2,000 trains passing through per day – making it Europe’s busiest station. The London Overground network connects the station with key central London stations Waterloo and Victoria among many other south-east and south-west destinations.

The tube network can be accessed via Clapham North station, which is served by the Northern Line. The station is just 100 metres from Clapham High Street, and provides quick and easy access to central London.

The area is also served by 24-hour bus routes, with approximately 12 different services running.

Local shops

There’s an eclectic selection of shopping destinations in Battersea. Home to several of London’s famous markets, it’s a treasure trove of unique finds. Northcote Road market serves up fresh fruit and vegetables throughout the week, and arts and crafts towards the end of the week. Meanwhile, the antiques shops around Clapham Junction and the nearby market draw in antique seekers.

Of course, there are still plenty of typical high street shops, restaurant and pubs in the area. One popular activity is a visit to the Battersea Arts Centre, which premiered the legendary “Jerry Springer the Opera” show.

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