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02 | 08 | 21

Hanwell puts itself on the map

Hanwell is in good company surrounded by green space – all 3,300 acres of it being in London’s greenest borough – and rubs shoulders with neighbouring Ealing, Brentford, Chiswick, White City, Richmond and Kew.
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This quaint and likeable West London suburb packs some punch and is well on its way to put itself on the map – here’s top 10 reasons why*:

  1. 87% growth in housing prices in Hanwell since 2010
  2. 13% forecasted housing price increase in Greater London between 2020 and 2024
  3. Benefit from the recent transformation of neighbouring regeneration areas around Ealing and a further £5 billion is being invested into new homes, transport, infrastructure, retail and leisure. With that, it’s no surprise that the population is set to increase by 7.6% by 2026
  4. 31% increase in the number of people moving to Ealing from other parts of the UK over the last 5 years
  5. 69% of people moving to Ealing are aged below 35 in 2019
  6. Hanwell Station will be served by Crossrail’s new Elizabeth Line, offering high speed services direct to central London every 5 minutes during peak times. Arrive to Heathrow in 11 minutes, and Bond Street in 17 minutes
  7. £1,580 average monthly rent for a 2 bedroom flat in Ealing
  8. 4.7% rental growth for flats in Ealing over the last 5 years
  9. 15% rental growth in Greater London over the next 5 years between 2020 and 2024
  10. 73 Ofsted rated ‘outstanding’ or ‘good’ primary and secondary schools in the borough. Imperial College at White City is only 5 miles away, with top London universities a short ride away on the Elizabeth line
Hanwell is in good company surrounded by green space – all 3,300 acres of it being in London’s greenest borough – and rubs shoulders with neighbouring Ealing, Brentford, Chiswick, White City, Richmond and Kew. Add that to impressive transport links and Hanwell Square really does benefit from it all. It welcomes a local community where new homes, shops and businesses all come together and weave into the fabric of the existing historical area.

*Sources: (1) UK House Price Index 2019-2020, Land Registry, (2) UK Housing Market Forecast 2020-2024, Knight Frank, (3) https://capitalwestlondon.co.uk/ealing-2/, (4)Office for National Statistics, June 2020, (5) Office for National Statistics, June 2020, (6) Journey times calculated using crossrail.co.uk, (7) Knight Frank rental figures Q2 2020), (8) Rightmove, (9) Knight Frank UK Housing Market Forecast – 2020, (10) Ofsted