Hoe Street, Waltham Forest

Area insights about Forest Road, London, E17 4NB

Good

4 supermarkets and more than 10 grocery stores within 0.5 miles
  • Tesco - 36 yards
  • Nisa - Hoe Street Supermarket & Post Office - 0.4 miles
  • Tesco - 0.5 miles
  • Tesco - 0.5 miles
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3 'Outstanding' primary schools within 1 mile
  • Greenleaf Primary School - 0.4 miles
  • The Woodside Primary Academy - 0.5 miles
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1 'Outstanding' secondary school within 1 mile
  • Walthamstow School for Girls - 0.3 miles
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Average

Area of average wealth
Household income is higher than in 64% of immediate areas in London
Average crime rates
Crime rates are higher than in 64% of local areas in London
Average transport links
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  • Walthamstow Central Underground Station - 0.5 miles
  • Walthamstow Central Rail Station - 0.5 miles
  • Wood Street Rail Station - 0.6 miles
  • Walthamstow Queens Road Rail Station - 0.7 miles
And 1 more transport stations found within 1 mile
2 'Good' 16+ schools within 1 mile
  • Waltham Forest College - 0.3 miles
  • Big Creative Academy - 1.0 miles
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Things to have a closer look at

Air quality doesn’t meet EU standards
Noise issues are identified
  • Road Traffic Noise
  • Bars, pubs, clubs

Facts

Main ethnic group is White British - 32.5%, London average is 45%

Higher than London average: Gypsy, Other White, Pakistani, Chinese

Lower than London average: White British, Indian, Black

Main religion is Christian - 36.8%, London average is 48.4%

Higher than London average: Muslim

Lower than London average: Christian, Hindu, Jewish

Main household lifestage is 35-54 years old - 58.1%, London average is 43%

Higher than London average: Under 35 years old, 35-54 years old

Lower than London average: 55-64 years old, Over 65 years old

Main household type is Married/Cohabiting Couple with Children - 35.0%, London average is 20%

Higher than London average: Married/Cohabiting Couple with Children, Multi-person Household: Full-time Students

Lower than London average: One-person Household, Lone Parent without Children

Classification

Affordable transitions (Smaller area)
These neighbourhoods house large numbers of recent migrants from the EU, as well as students. Some of the more established and long-term residents have origins in the Indian sub-continent. Much of the housing is provided in the private rental sector.
Multi-Ethnic Suburbs (Wider area)
Members of this Super Group are drawn from a wide range of non-White ethnic groups and White groups are less represented than average for London. Citizens of countries that joined the EU post 2001 are well represented. Many households have young children or children of school age, and the over 65s are not much in evidence. There is above average incidence of family housing in overcrowded terraces, much of it rented within the social housing sector. Levels of unemployment are high. Employment is mainly found in blue collar occupations.

Nearby locations

Source: London Datastore