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Hendon, Barnet

Area insights about Hendon Central Underground Station, London


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Area of average wealth 6/10

Non-deprived area

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Deprivation level 3/10

Professional occupations

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Average % of managerial, administrative, and professional occupations 5/10

Residents with degrees

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High % of residents are degree-educated or similar 7/10


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Low crime rate 4/10


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Main ethnic group
Other White 42%
Main religion
Jewish 39%
Main age band
Aged 20 to 39 42%
Main household type
Multiple families or unrelated people 31%
Immediate area
Average for London


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Noise issues are identified

  • 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+

    14 yards
  • Evo Supermart Ltd
    171 yards
  • Sainsbury's Local
    0.2 miles


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Air quality

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Air quality doesn’t meet EU standards

Resident reviews

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3.3Extremely High car crime..

Ana2024, May 5 2024

Watford Way, NW4 3AN

As I used to live in Maida Vale For more than 10’years , I needed to move away as my landlord sold my studio flat! Desperate to find a similar studio flat, I move to He don as...


8.0 Great transport Links with the M1…

the.computerguy, May 7 2023

Park Road, NW4 3PA

Great transport Links with the M1 Motorway, A406 North Circular, buses, tube and train links. Hendon also has several schools (nursery, junior and secondary) and a University...



Settled Semi-Detached Asians (Smaller area)

These residents share Supergroup characteristics of large (non-Chinese) Asian populations but those identifying as Bangladeshi are notably absent. Many residents were born in the UK, while other more recent migrants have African birthplaces. Semi-detached housing, much of it owner occupied, prevails in these suburban residential locations.

Suburban Asian Communities (Wider area)

London neighbourhoods featuring Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi influences, with family-focused living in houses rather than flats. Outside of management and the professions, the labour force is very active across a full range of occupations, but some residents may remain challenged by language barriers and overcrowding.

Many residents of these neighbourhoods are of (non-Chinese) Asian descent, with many identifying as Indian, Pakistani or Bangladeshi. Neighbourhoods are located across large areas of suburban west, north-east and south London. Detached, semi-detached and terraced houses are more prevalent than flats and socially rented housing is uncommon. Few residents live in communal establishments. Many families have dependent children, sometimes in overcrowded accommodation, and few households are ethnically mixed. Marriage rates are above the London average. The even age distribution, relative absence of individuals living alone and frequent incidence of households with children suggests that multi-generation households may be relatively common. Employment is often in skilled trades, elementary, sales and customer service occupations, and roles as process, plant, and machine operatives. Manufacturing and construction are well represented, along with employment in distribution, hotels, and restaurants. Many adults have only level 1, 2, or apprenticeship qualifications. English is not used at home by some residents. Religious affiliation is above average.

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