With a of 187,600, the borough of Sutton is the 14th largest London borough by area and one of the most popular commuter destinations from central London. Sutton borough claims to be one of London’s greenest and cleanest boroughs. The borough is made up of mostly quiet residential neighborhoods and more than 89 open spaces and parks, making up a total area of 1500 acres. Popular parks within the Sutton borough included Nonsuch Park, Cheam Park and Carshalton Park. more
Average house prices in the Sutton borough stand at £270,885 and offer first time buyers and more affordable option for investment, but at the same time offering a wide range of quality built properties. Popular residential areas included Cheam Village, Carshalton and Sutton itself. Cheam village is known for its historic heritage image and large array of traditional pubs, restaurants and shops. It’s most historic building is the Tudor House built in 1500 called the Whitehall.
The focal point of the Sutton borough is the Sutton centre itself. It offers a large range of shopping opportunities and plenty of shopping malls to satisfy every taste. Although there is no tube linking the borough to the primary London network, there is an array of bus routes and over ground train routes which are equally as quick as many other tube lines. The Sutton borough is also home to the UKs largest travel program which promotes sustainable transport and encourages citizens to cycle, walk and use public transport.
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|Government Body:||Sutton London Borough Council|
|Population density:||4,278 / km²|