Living in West Norwood area information and guide

West Norwood area overview

West Norwood in south London is a residential suburb. It has seen regeneration in recent years and now has a good choice of independent shops, bars and restaurants on Knights Hill and Norwood Road. It has its own monthly community market called the The West Norwood Feast which runs across several neighbourhoods in West Norwood since 2011. It features music, stalls and community events. An amazing new community leisure centre opened in 2014 which has all the facilities you'd expect as well as a GP and a dentist. The area deposit have a tube station but West Norwood and Tulse Hill stations run into Victoria and London bridge in about 25 minutes.

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Key statistics for
West Norwood SE27

Rentonomy Ratings1
Price:
Transport:
Shopping & Leisure:
£ £ £ £ £
People Profile1
Type:
Largest Age Group:
Largest non-UK nationalities:
Global Fusion
< 20 years old
Jamaica, Republic of Ireland, Nigeria
Rentonomy ratings are based on actual data

What areas are there in West Norwood?

West Norwood contains the following neighbourhoods defined by Rentonomy:

  • West Norwood (SE27 0)
  • Tulse Hill (SE27 9)
Note: most expensive / cheapest postcodes based on weekly rental values for a 2 bed property

Transport in West Norwood

Stations Lines Nearest Central Terminus1
West Norwood
Southern
Victoria (25 min)
Gipsy Hill
Southern
Victoria (25 min)
Tulse Hill
Southern
London Bridge (17 min)
Sydenham Hill
Southeastern
Victoria (14 min)
West Dulwich
Southeastern
Victoria (12 min)
Streatham Hill
Southern
Victoria (19 min)
Crystal Palace
Overground
Monument (26 min)
Streatham
Southern
London Bridge (25 min)
Norbury
Southern
Victoria (21 min)
Herne Hill
Southeastern
Victoria (9 min)
Streatham Common
Southern
Victoria (18 min)
North Dulwich
Southern
London Bridge (12 min)
Penge West
Overground
Monument (23 min)
Anerley
Overground
Monument (25 min)
Sydenham
Overground
Monument (21 min)
Penge East
Southeastern
Victoria (17 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: Jamaica

Jamaica

19% of non-UK born population

Republic of Ireland

11% of non-UK born population

Nigeria

6% of non-UK born population

Type: Global Fusion

Here we have lots of young working people living in metropolitan terraces from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds.

Source: Experian

Places in the local area

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Restaurants & Cafes
Open spaces
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