Overview of SE15 6FH, LondonFrom a total of 34 reviews, SE15 6FH scores 3.91 out of 5 - which is one of the worst rated places to live in this area. SE15 6FH is in London, in the borough of Southwark, Greater London. Of 34 total SE15 6FH reviewers, 6 reviewers rated SE15 6FH 5 stars, with local remarks including ‘Diamond in a haystack!’, whereas others were less enthusiastic. For example, one reviewer said ‘My local area, I’ll say it very popular for its multicultural atmosphere and friendlines’. The neighbouring postcodes are SE5 7SQ, SE5 7TA, SE15 6HS, SE15 6LJ, SE5 7TB, SE15 6BZ. SE5 7SQ is rated the best nearby postcode to live, with a score of 4 out of 5 from 35 reviews. SE15 6LJ is rated the worst nearby postcode to live, with a score of 3.6 out of 5 from 42 reviews.
“Diamond in a haystack!”
“My local area, I’ll say it very popular for its multicultural atmosphere and friendlines”
The surrounding streets are usually very quiet, however if a more bustling and busy atmosphere is desired, this can be found a short distance awa
The amenities within walking distance is really a strong point - short trips can be made for groceries and the occasional takeaway without needing to take the car. The surrounding streets are usually very quiet, however if a more bustling and busy atmosphere is desired, this can be found a short distance away on the high street, where buses can be caught and friends can meet to eat out at restaurants and take-aways. Although the lack of an underground station can be frustrating, the perks of the area and the general safety and security still make it a very pleasant place to live and raise a family.
Transport links is not one of the strong suits of the area. There is only one overground station, and this tends to get very busy during peak times. However, bus routes are plentiful and buses are regular! Traffic is to be expected, with a large hospital and busy high streets nearby, but not unreasonable.
On street parking is plentiful, and usually a few bays are available throughout the day. The area remains fairly quiet throughout the day, and does not really experience significant anti-social behaviour. There are a mixture of residential dwellings in the area - houses with families, and apartments with couples and single professionals.
The area is just a short walk to Peckam Road, a high street with a great selection of restaurants and take-aways - you can grab an arab falafel, an italian pizza, or a traditional British fish and chips! To the east is Denmark hill, where popular chain stores can be found such as Greggs, McDonals, Superdrug and Poundland. An array of supermarkets are also found within close proximity, you are literally spoiled for choice. The street has a Morrisons, Lidl, and Co-op. While there are an abundance of food places, the area does lack clothing retailers (other than the odd independent business), so a quick pop into Primark or H&M is not possible. There are a few green spaces dotted around nearby also, however they are not significant in size, and the area is very much largely metropolitan. The greens are frequented by students from nearby university campuses, and medical students from Kings College Hospital, just a short distance away.
Diamond in a haystack!
I like the location of the area, the way things are so accessible is just a satisfying thing. The neighbourhood is always quiet and enjoyable too! The area is suitable for all kinds; I had an elderly lady as my neighbour for about eight years, and not one complaint!
The transport links are very lucky. Everywhere can be accessed from this point. Buses can link to places like Oxford Street, Old Kent Road and Peckham. Camberwell can be accessed easily from here to which can lead you to a train station, same with Elephant and Castle. Rush hour is the usual 12, but only on non school days.
Bin Collections occurred weekly, they are convenient for us. Traffic doesn’t affect us because this area is quite secluded. Parking availability is never a problem, the car park is just below and has available space at all times.
This area is very cultured. Just a 10 minute walk from our area is East Street Market, where they sell a range of products, from fresh meat to hair products for anyone, anywhere. Just before that is the Villa Street Medical Centre, where they have a peaceful environment with amazing staff and skills to ensure you leave the GP with the best outcome. There are a range of school situated around it, good for kids that you may have. Popular stores like Iceland, JD Sports, McDonald’s, Boots SuperDrug are all local and can be reached within a walk. Elephant and Castle is just a bus away where the Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre lies. This area is a very quiet one, and anyone can get comfortable here. Of course everyone should know that a three minute walk away is Burgess Park, anyone can have parties, walks with pets, annual funfairs and even places of worship are considerable distances away. This area is like a diamond in a jewel, surrounded by lovely places to visit.
My local area, I’ll say it very popular for its multicultural atmosphere and friendlines
My only request is for smoking areas to be implemented.
The transport links in my local are, to a certain extent , convenient. Most unstop are not too far away from the houses as they’re within 5 mins walking distance. We have overground train station available as well though, the cleanliness of it us what I can’t vouch for. Often more than not, the busses don’t come in time especially now that the bus 63& 363 routes have changed. And because of this Where the bus should’ve been able to take me to before, I’ll have to walk there. It’s rather stressful doing that .
One aspect I like about living on my street is it’s quietness and lack noise. I like that about my street because as a student, I’ll need all the quietness I can get. The people that live in my house are generally renters. For example, families, couples and individuals.
My local area, I’ll say it very popular for its multicultural atmosphere and friendliness. You could there and find exactly what you’re looking for. Are you looking for African restaurants or market it there, Asian and Caribbean restaurants and market, they’re all there. In terms of popular spots, I’ll say the Peckham library open space and barbershop- it’s where everyone meet up for the day to talk about the latest worldly events. One thing I would really appreciate to implemented in my local us a free smoking spots thereabout. Having people smoking in your face or near can be extremely frustrating and dangerous. It can also be really detrimental to the health of the local people.
quality of local shops is very good but we need more
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one of the most life places around london
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There are nice places to go and its pleasant but not sterile.
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It is gentrifying, so the quality of life has been improving
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Camberwell, the loveliest forgotten neighbourhood
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A regeneration, desperately needed.
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There are galleries, museums, and exhibitions available throughout the year.
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