Overview of W14 9PB, Bramber Road, HammersmithW14 9PB, which is in the town of London, in the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, Greater London is one of the higher rated places to live in this area. W14 9PB is rated 4.20 from 70 reviews. 21 reviewers rated W14 9PB 5 stars. Observations from these residents include ‘SW - London’s best place to live’. Unfortunately, others were less favourable, with one reviewer remarking ‘Parking can be an issue with the volume of cars in the area.’. SW6 7SX, W14 9QJ, SW6 1NL, SW6 7SF, SW6 1NJ are nearby postcodes. SW6 7SF is rated 4.23 out of 5 with a score of from 65 reviews, which is the best score of all nearby postcodes. W14 9QJ on the other hand is rated the worst nearby postcode to live, scoring 4.16 from 73 reviews.
“SW - London’s best place to live”
“Parking can be an issue with the volume of cars in the area.”
The thing I most like about the area is the high number of shops and restaurants, which means I do not have to travel far to get the things I need.
The thing I most like about the area is the high number of shops and restaurants, which means I do not have to travel far to get the things I need. The thing I dislike most is there is quite a lot of noise and pollution from the high density of traffic. There are also quite a lot of abandoned buildings around which make the streets look messy and there is quite a lot of litter on the streets. Regeneration is required. Transport connections are good, but bike lanes could be improved. It is a great area for students and workers but less suitable for children as it gets quite busy and there are not many open spaces. There are places to walk dogs and go for runs along the river, which is very common for people to do.
There are many bus stops on my road which give access too central London and they are quite reliable, coming around every ten minutes. I also live a short walk from two tube stations. Cycle lanes in the area where I live could be better. Although they are present there are often vehicles stopped within them. Also at roundabouts, particularly the double roundabout on Lillie Road/North End Road, cars do not give cyclists space while turning which feels quite dangerous. It would also be useful if there were more places to lock bikes, and if these spaces had cameras, as bike theft is high in London. Santander bikes also are popular, with many pick up points around. During rush hour times North End Road and Fulham Palace Road get very busy, often coming to a standstill. The high number of cars creates high levels of pollution and is very noisy.
There is widespread parking on my road, but it is expensive, so people tend to not use the available spaces until the evening, where it is free. The noise from traffic is quite loud but is quieter during the evening. There is, however, noise from building construction which is frequent. Bin collection is weekly for both bins. A couple of times bin days have been missed, which has made it very difficult as I live with six other students. Also on bin days the streets become filled with rubbish, which sometimes spills onto the pavement. The area has a very mixed demographic, with a high number of students and renters. I have not experienced any antisocial behavior.
There are a very large number of local food shops within walking distance of where I live including two Tesco stores, two Co-ops a Waitrose, Sainsbury's and a Nisa Local. There are also food markets on North End Road, which is just down the road. Around Fulham there are restaurants of all types including Greek, Indian, Vegan, middle Eastern and Italian. There are also hardware stores, garden stores and kitchen stores all nearby. There are multiple open spaces around but they are quite limited in size. The river is a ten minute walk away which is where I go to get away from the city atmosphere. The river can get quite busy during hot days but there are always places to sit and chill by walking down the river slightly. The most popular area around is on North End Road as there are many shops and restaurants on it and also pubs, which get quite busy at night.
SW - London’s best place to live
Thus area is fantastic given than you get than you get a residential atmosphere of tranquility, close to all the amenities you want and also very close and accessible given the transportation to other central areas of London.
Transports are great in the area with bike stations in every corner, abundant buses and different underground lines, including the Picadillly which is also a night tube (on usual basis before Covid). The buses can be the most unreliable part of the transport in the area but I never had major problems. Rush hour can be harsh like everywhere else in London but I find the presence of the District very favorable given it is more spacious than other lines, but cam sometimes he a little slow.
My street is great, aesthetically pleasing and with a sense of neighborhood difficult to find in London. This is given by the presence of an amazing private park for the street which in summer is fabulous and very well taken care of. Even though we are close to a main road, I do not feel any car noise which is also quite unique in London. There’s a variety of residents, from families with kids to students to couples but all very respectful. I believe there is a mix of owners and renters.
The amenities in this area are excellent with a range of restaurants from cheaper to more luxury restaurants for any taste and different nationalities. Just the road in front of Earls court comprises of such a diverse range of amenities that give an amazing choice to the residents. Shops can be found mostly in Hugh Street Kensington and are quite absent anywhere else in the area. Food shops are quite abundant whereas open areas are not as common, except for Hyde Park. Bars are not the strong part of the area given it is such a residential zone but are still present.
Parking can be an issue with the volume of cars in the area.
I like the fact that this is more of a traditional area in that it still contains a wide variety of people from different backgrounds, unlike many other neighborhoods. It’s close to Chelsea football club which can be an issue on match days if you are not a fan! It’s certainly family friendly as an area and fairly safe.
Large number of underground stations close by, overground is here too and many bus routes. It is also easy to walk to Earls Court, Kensington and Chelsea from here, plus Putney too.
Parking can be an issue with the volume of cars in the area. Bin collection is once a week. Noise is good generally. Traffic noise is noticeable but not excessive. There is a good mix of owners and renters.
There are a reasonable range of shops with a couple of larger supermarkets and a street market on North End road. In addition several farmers markets take place. Great transport links with numerous underground stations and overland within easy reach. There are a number of open spaces and the river is close.
Very residential, good for families with children and pe
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good tube connection to zone 1
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array of convenient shops
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Great place to live
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Fulham is up market, clean and tidy. Great place to live!
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If you don't, the occasional football match can be annoying.
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I most like the big amount of shops
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