Northolt is a town located in North West London and lies within zone 5 on the Central Line. There is good access to the West End of London and popular garden hoses shops and restaurants in Ruislip which make the area a good choice for young professionals and families alike.
There are two stations in the area which are Northolt Central Line Tube Station (31 minutes to Tottenham Court Road) and Northolt Park Overground Station. Northolt Park is a Network Rail station served by Chiltern Railways (21 minutes to Marylebone Station).
There are also a number of local bus routes offering access to Heathrow, Ealing, Ruislip and numerous other locations. If you travel by road, the A40 is within easy reach with access to both the city and the Home Counties.
Hayes & Yeading
The town of Hayes is located directly to the west of Southall, and is in the London borough of Hillingdon. The town dates back to the doomsday book, but again, like much of the area, the increase in population come with the industry the followed the railway.
Hayes has been an industrial centre for many years, but has in recently years been the subject of much redevelopment and investment, much of which is linked to the fact that the centrally placed railway station, soon to be on crossrail, will be just a 20 minute train journey to Bond Street in London.
Yeading has been the subject of much redevelopment over the past 25 years with the Glencoe estate off of Broadmead Avenue and the Yeading Marina Area. The building of the Tesco Superstore and adjacent B&Q DIY centre are reflecting the residential nature of the area.
Yeading marina is home to canal view apartments and a popular bar/restaurant, and with easy access with local bus routes to Hayes town and the coming Crossrail link will see the area remain popular with home buyers and investors alike.