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The local area guide to living in Wandsworth

The London Borough of Wandsworth is located towards Inner London, bordering the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames and the London Borough of Lambeth, as well as the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and the River Thames itself to the north of the borough. The Borough of Wandsworth was created in 1965 from the previously known Metropolitan Borough of Wandsworth and the Metropolitan Borough of Battersea.

There are several well-known towns in the area, including Tooting, Battersea, and the district of Wandsworth. The Borough is also well known for being the home of the busy and historical Wandsworth Bridge, which connects the Borough of Wandsworth to the Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham via the A217 road.

Information about the local residents

Of the estimated 306,995 residents in the 2011 census, approximately 78% identify as being white - with 53% self-identifying as being White-British, whilst the remaining 15% claim to fall under the 'White other' category. There are a large number of Black-African, South Asian and Caribbean residents around the area, making it slightly more ethnically diverse than the average London Borough.

The unemployment rate sits at just 3.8%, which is almost half the UK average unemployment rate - thus showing the number of job prospects in the area. However, the area is very densely populated, even for a London Borough.

The most recent census found the primary religion in the area to be Christianity, however there are also a large number of practising Sikhs, Muslims, Jews, Hindus and Buddhists in the area too. From those who answered the survey, 29% responded that they were either atheists or would rather not state their religion.

Nearby schools

Wandsworth plays host to three Ofsted-certified 'Outstanding' schools; an inspection result which is increasingly harder to find in the competitive world of education nowadays. It is also home to Elliott School; a specialist Language college which is otherwise known for being the former school to James Bond star Pierce Brosnan.

Putney's independent high school performed better than any other school in the borough at GCSE, with a 100% pass rate with 5 or more GCSE's. Similarly, Emanuel School in Battersea received similar outstanding results, making it a highly competitive school, with admissions highly sought throughout the area.

Getting around

The convenient location of the Borough means it benefits from 6 nearby tube stations; Clapham South, Balham, Tooting Bec and Tooting Broadway are on the Northern Line, offering transport to main London hubs such as King's Cross St. Pancras and London Bridge. On the District Line can be found the remaining two stations of East Putney and Southfields.

There are also several national rail stations, including Queenstown Road in Battersea, and Putney - whilst these do not make wider journeys, Euston is nearby, from which journeys can be caught all over the UK, to major cities such as Manchester and Birmingham.

The Borough of Wandsworth is ideally located between major airports London Gatwick and London Heathrow, from which hundreds of flights fly around the world daily.

Local shops

Southside Shopping Centre in Wandsworth is a major retail hub, offering various retail stores, restaurants and it even throws a few gyms into the mix. Retail stores include Primark, H&M, New Look and Debenhams. A short walk from the shopping centre can be found Garratt Lane, on which several shops and restaurants can also be found.

Several street markets pop up around the Borough of Wandsworth, the most notable of these can be found in Battersea and Balham.

Battersea is also home to several independent restaurants and cafes, and excellent activity centres for days out. It is also home to the well-known Battersea Dog's and Cat's Home, from which various animals can be adopted to loving homes.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact

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

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