Living in Collier Row area information and guide

Collier Row area overview

Collier Row in north east London is a suburban development north of Romford. The area is based on a large housing estate built during the inter-war housing expansion which created much of outer London. It is centred around shops around a central crossroads. Its name originates from its history as a centre for charcoal burners and remains of a Roman settlement have been uncovered in the area. The area was formerly part of the county of Essex until the formation of Greater London in 1965. Rents here are some of the lowest in London largely because of the poor transport accessibility - it is not connected to either the underground or overground train networks.

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Key statistics for
Collier Row RM5

Rentonomy Ratings1
Price:
Transport:
Shopping & Leisure:
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People Profile1
Type:
Largest Age Group:
Largest non-UK nationalities:
Small Wage Owners
< 20 years old
Republic of Ireland, Middle East: Cyprus, India
Rentonomy ratings are based on actual data

What areas are there in Collier Row?

Collier Row contains the following neighbourhoods defined by Rentonomy:

  • Lodge Lane (RM5 2)
  • Mowbrays Road (RM5 3)
Note: most expensive / cheapest postcodes based on weekly rental values for a 2 bed property

Transport in Collier Row

Stations Lines Nearest Central Terminus1
Romford
National Express East Anglia
Liverpool Street (17 min)
Gidea Park
National Express East Anglia
Liverpool Street (24 min)
Hainault
Central
Oxford Circus (42 min)
Grange Hill
Central
Oxford Circus (40 min)
Chadwell Heath
National Express East Anglia
Liverpool Street (25 min)
Fairlop
Central
Oxford Circus (40 min)
Barkingside
Central
Oxford Circus (38 min)
Harold Wood
National Express East Anglia
Liverpool Street (28 min)
Goodmayes
National Express East Anglia
Liverpool Street (23 min)
Newbury Park
Central
Oxford Circus (35 min)
Chigwell
Central
Oxford Circus (38 min)
Emerson Park
National Express East Anglia
Liverpool Street (36 min)
Seven Kings
National Express East Anglia
Liverpool Street (21 min)
Debden
Central
Oxford Circus (41 min)
Elm Park
District
Embankment (51 min)
Dagenham East
District
Embankment (48 min)
1Central Terminus represents one of the six most common destination stations in Central London through which all London Underground lines pass. No termini are shown for Overground Stations as mostly these don't have stops within the West End

Information on the people

Largest Age Group: < 20 years old
 
<20
 
20 - 29
 
30 - 39
 
40 - 49
 
50 - 69
 
60 - 74
 
75+
Largest Non-UK Nationality: Republic of Ireland

Republic of Ireland

29% of non-UK born population

Middle East: Cyprus

7% of non-UK born population

India

7% of non-UK born population

Type: Small Wage Owners

People here tend to be owners living in inexpensive private terraces in a range of relatively low paid occupations.

Source: Experian

Places in the local area

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