13 important facts
Kilburn, Brent

Area insights about Brondesbury Overground Station, London


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Wealthy area 7/10

Deprived area

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Deprivation level 8/10

Professional occupations

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Average % of managerial, administrative, and professional occupations 6/10

Residents with degrees

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Average % of residents are degree-educated or similar 6/10


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High crime rate 7/10


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Main ethnic group
White British 35%
Main religion
No Religion 37%
Main age band
Aged 20 to 39 29%
Main household type
One-person household 54%
Immediate area
Average for London


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Noise issues are identified

  • Rail Traffic Noise
  • Road Traffic Noise


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Good connectivity to public transport 7/9

Amenities within 0.5 miles

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Food stores 10+

  • Madina Food & Halal Meat
    8 yards
  • Internet Food Stores
    149 yards
  • Sainsbury's
    149 yards


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Air quality

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Air quality doesn’t meet EU standards

Resident reviews

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5.2Could be better, could be worse

Steven, Dec 21 2022

Streatley Road, NW6 7LT

This place is ok. Some roads are kinda grim but if you walk 5 minutes down the road toward Queens Park it’s a lot nicer, so it depends really. It’s not an outstanding part of ...


6.8Nice, quiet, snobbish and have a busy high street

Lewis, Jul 13 2023

Maygrove Road, NW6 2EE

There is street parking which gets full. It’s very mixed in terms of ethnicity. Also, you’ll bump into the occasional people under the influence of drugs who won’t bother you....



Social Rented Sector Professional Support Workers (Smaller area)

Mainly located in Inner London, these neighbourhoods retain a diverse employment structure, with some concentration in associated professional and technical occupations rather than skilled trades or construction. Social renting is more common and levels of homeownership are low. Many residents identify as Black. There is a lower than average rate of marriage or civil partnership, few that are very old (85 or over) and higher than average incidence of disability.

The Greater London Mix (Wider area)

London remains much more diverse than much of the UK in terms of ethnicity and recent migration history. This Supergroup manifests diversity within neighbourhoods scattered throughout London. With some tendency towards singles living in flats.

A Supergroup embodying London’s diversity in many respects, apart from low numbers of residents identifying as of Bangladeshi, Indian, Pakistani or Other (non-Chinese) Asian ethnicity. There is lower than average prevalence of families with dependent children, while there are above average occurrences of never-married individuals and single-person households. The age distribution is skewed towards younger, single residents and couples without children, with many individuals identifying as of mixed or multiple ethnicity. Social rented or private rented housing is slightly more prevalent than average, and many residents live in flats. Individuals typically work in professional and associated roles in public administration, education or health rather than in elementary occupations in agriculture, energy, water, construction or manufacturing. Incidence of students is slightly below average. Individuals declaring no religion are more prevalent than average and non-use of English at home is below average.

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