The East London borough of Havering is home to a population of 230100. Of all the London boroughs, Havering is situated on the most easterly point of London. Covering an area of 43.3 sq mi (112.27 km2) it is the third largest London Borough. The average house price lies at £255,191 which compares very well to London’s average house price of £400,000. more
Especially when considering that half of the East London borough is park or green belt land. This makes Havering a very attractive area for almost anybody looking for a new place to live. If you think about moving and regularly commuting to Havering, the public transport is well developed, modern due to a recent updated. With five mainline railway stations and four London Underground stations, it is very practical to reach Central London and other places of interest. The fastest way to get to London is the Romford - Liverpool Street connection which lasts 15 minutes.
The largest employer in the East London borough is the local Havering council, followed by Queen’s Hospital, Havering Primary Care Trust and Havering College. Over 7,000 businesses are based in the east borough of Havering. Romford is especially well known for its well developed economy. Having one of the highest concentrations of night-time businesses outside the West End, Romford is easily accessible at all times of days.
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