13 important facts
St Mark's & Seething Wells, Kingston upon Thames

Area insights about Surbiton National Rail Station, Surbiton


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Wealthy area 8/10

Deprived area

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Deprivation level 6/10

Professional occupations

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High % of managerial, administrative, and professional occupations 7/10

Residents with degrees

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High % of residents are degree-educated or similar 8/10


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Average crime rate 7/10


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Main ethnic group
White British 49%
Main religion
No Religion 45%
Main age band
Aged 20 to 39 63%
Main household type
One-person household 38%
Immediate area
Average for London


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Noise issues are identified

  • Rail Traffic Noise


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Good connectivity to public transport 7/9

Transport stations 1

Amenities within 0.5 miles

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Food stores 10+

  • M&S Food
    114 yards
  • Waitrose
    0.1 miles
  • Sainsbury's
    0.2 miles

Schools within 1 mile

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Air quality

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Air quality meets EU standards

Resident reviews

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9.4One of the best areas of London

aifgi, Nov 29 2022

Lovelace Road, KT6 6PQ

One of the best places to live in London, safe and relatively quiet area with tree-lined streets and easy access to high street having many good cafes, pubs and restaurants an...


7.2 Surbiton is a wonderful area for…

Lily, Feb 15 2024

Avenue Elmers, KT6 4SL

Surbiton is a wonderful area for people to feel at home, and there are many local activities to do. Also, a big shopping area is not far away, so we have places to meet with f...



City Support Workers (Smaller area)

Scattered throughout Inner London, these areas house relatively few workers in the most senior roles within organisations, and greater prevalence of administrative roles relative to the Supergroup mean. Residents are less likely to be of Chinese ethnicity and are more likely to have been born in Africa. Relative to the Supergroup average, residents are also more likely to live in social housing and live in overcrowded conditions.

Central Connected Professionals and Managers (Wider area)

These Central London neighbourhoods are home for a blend of young, educated professionals from diverse backgrounds. Residents are of prime working age and typically live in privately rented flats, some of them crowded.

Adult residents of these neighbourhoods are typically aged 25 to 44, working full-time in professional, managerial or associate professional occupations. There are few families with dependent children. The predominantly Inner London neighbourhoods have an international character, including many residents born elsewhere in Europe alongside high numbers of individuals identifying as of Chinese ethnicity. Many individuals are never married, childless and/or living alone. Above average numbers of individuals, likely to be full-time students, live in communal establishments. Elsewhere, privately rented flats are the dominant housing type. Residents of these areas are well-qualified, with a significant number holding Level 4 or above qualifications. There is a correspondingly high level of individuals employed full-time in professional, managerial and associated professional or technical occupations. Employing industries are financial, real estate, professional, administration, and, to a lesser degree, transport and communications. Unemployment is uncommon.

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