Question: Is Hornchurch a good area?

In terms of crime rates, Hornchurch is also safer than its neighbours, Romford and Ilford. As well as access to the bright lights of London, Hornchurch has a home-grown thriving community with its cricket team, football team, music venues and military heritage. Hornchurch also has some great parks and green spaces.

Is Hornchurch dangerous?

Central Romford is the most dangerous neighbourhood in Havering, followed by Harold Hill East in second place, and Collier Row & Park Farm as the third most dangerous area....Crime in Haverings Neighbourhoods.NeighbourhoodHornchurchCrime Count525Crime Rate66Danger Rank11th17 more columns

Where is the best place to live in Romford?

North-east Romford districts include Harold Hill, Harold Wood and Harold Park. These areas comprise large housing estates and they are generally good value Romford property areas. They have their own local amenities plus good access to the station at Harold Wood, and the M25 at junction 28.

Is Dagenham dangerous?

Crime and Safety in Barking and Dagenham Barking and Dagenham is among the top 20 most dangerous cities in London, and is among the top 20 most dangerous overall out of Londons 33 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in Barking and Dagenham in 2020 was 87 crimes per 1,000 people.

Is Romford a nice area to live?

In addition to its direct access to London and all it has to offer, Romford (and Havering) offers plenty of amenities and leisure facilities to its local residents. Perhaps unusually for a town on the edge of London, Romford also isnt short of stunning green spaces with excellent facilities and wonderful wildlife.

Is barking a poor area?

Barking and Dagenham is Londons most poverty-stricken borough, a major report has found. Of Londons 32 boroughs, Barking and Dagenhams average ranking was 23rd lowest on issues associated with a range of factors including income, inequality, housing and health.

What is Havering like to live in?

More prosperous than the neighbouring borough of Barking & Dagenham, Havering offers residents a quiet, calm lifestyle with plenty of open space, good schools and excellent shopping facilities in the heart of Romford.

Why is it called Hornchurch?

In the early 13th century it was called the Horned Church. We do not know why it was called the Horn Church. Perhaps the church building had metal gutters that reminded people of horns. At any rate, the church gave the village of Hornchurch its name.

Where should I live in Sittingbourne?

There are lots of pretty villages to explore near Sittingbourne with fantastic property options, including: Bapchild; Bobbing; Borden; Bredgar; Conyer; Hartlip; Iwade; Kemsley; Lower Halstow; Lynsted; Milsted; Milton Regis; Murston; Newington; Rodmersham; Tonge; Tunstall and Upchurch.

Is Romford up and coming?

As estate agent Max Harding from local firm Balgores says, Romford is coming up in the world. Romford is close to the A12 London to Lowestoft road. It is 16 miles north-east of central London with Chigwell and Brentford to the north, Hornchurch and Upminster to the east, Dagenham to the south and Ilford to the west.

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