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The Local Area Guide to living in Portslade

Portslade is a desirable residential area in the larger city of Brighton and Hove, consisting of two unique neighbourhoods including Portslade Village in the north and Portslade-by-Sea to the south. The original settlement of Portslade Village was constructed in the 16th century, but as Brighton's railway was expanded in 1840, the area boomed and became the busy town that one can see today with its unique flint and timbered buildings.

Portslade Village is located to the north of the A270, notable for its rural atmosphere, leafy streets, and charming village green. It's home to the St Nicolas parish church, which is the second oldest in the city and dates back to 1150. Portslade Manor is also located here, which is a fascinating example of Norman architecture first constructed in the 12th century. To the south of the A270 is Portslade-by-Sea, which includes a bustling shopping area along Station Road and historic terrace housing.

Information about the local residents

Divided in two by the A270, the greater area of Portslade includes both North Portslade and South Portslade. Census figures show that the total population of North Portslade is just over 10,000, with 4,133 total households comprised of mostly single families. South Portslade has a similar population, of just under 10,000, but the population density is far higher and this area has a more urban feeling than North Portslade's sleepy rural atmosphere. South Portslade is characterized by the Office of National Statistics as a Commuter Suburb, with many residents making the daily commute into central Brighton or London, while North Portslade hosts fewer commuters and is classified merely as a Suburb.

Nearby Schools

There are a wealth of schools located in and around Portslade for families to choose from. At primary level, this includes St Mary's Catholic Primary School, Portslade Infants School, Benfield Junior School, and St Nicolas CofE Junior School. Mile Oak Primary School and Peter Gladwin Primary School also serve the area, both of which have been ranked 'Good' by Ofsted in their most recent reports. Secondary students attend either Portslade Aldridge Community Academy or King's School, an ecumenical Christian school.

Hillside School is also located in Portslade. This small community special school helps meet the needs of pupils with a range of learning difficulties, with a significant number being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Condition. Hillside has earned an 'Outstanding' report from Ofsted at the past two inspections and is highly regarded for students with special needs.

Getting Around

The Brighton and Hove Bus Company provides a number of routes that pass through Portslade, with regular service to many destinations throughout Greater Brighton. National Express also offers a daily London to Worthing route which stops in Portslade. During the summer months, this route increases to provide 4-5 daily journeys. The Portslade railway station is located on the West Coastway line, offering regional service to further destinations up and down the coast. It's only a 10-minute ride from here to Brighton's main railway station, which provides numerous links to points throughout the UK. Many Portslade residents commute into central London, which is only an hour's train ride away.

Local Shops

Many of Portslade's shops are clustered together on Station Road and Boundary Road, which has long been a historical centre of commerce in the area. Visitors can stock up on surfing gear at Ocean Sports Board Riders, or find a number of high street favourites including Boots and a Tesco Metro near the Portslade Station. Independent offerings include charity shops, florists, and a Station Bakery for freshly baked treats on this quintessentially English high street.

The Churchill Square Shopping Centre is a short drive away from Portslade, offering big names like Zara and Debenhams along with an extensive food court. Brighton also offers a full calendar of farm and craft markets, with one of the most popular being the eclectic Brighton Street Market held each Saturday.

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