With a population of 215,200, Harrow is the 12th largest London Borough and officially the most diverse local authority in the UK. Harrow is home to the highest Indian population in London with a total of 22% of Harrows population being from Indian origin. Therefore there is a 62% chance that two random Harrow residents have different religious backgrounds. Unknown to many but Harrow has the third largest population of millionaires than in any other London borough. more
A House price stand at £232,628 and is a bargain seen as Harrow is twenty minutes away from the London City centre by tube. The Harrow borough property market offers a great variety of housing, especially three bedroom sized properties. The North Harrow area is a bit more expensive and is limited in choice of property. However the central and Stanmore area of Harrow offers the largest range of housing in the borough. It is slightly pricier as the other areas but the properties are newer and in a better location.
In terms of education Harrow is also home to one of the most prestigious public boy schools in London. Harrow school has been attended by seven Prime ministers including Winston Churchill and the first Indian Prime Minister. The Harrow borough is also a very green borough consisting of one fifth open green spaces. The total green space in Harrow adds up to the equivalent of eight Hyde Parks.
Attractions within the borough include the Harrow Museum which documents Harrows history. Otherwise in terms of shopping one is spoiled for choice. The St Georges and St Ann’s Shopping centers offer a variety of high street fashion labels and restaurants.
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|Government Body:||Harrow London Borough Council|
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