Overview for Eden Close, WEMBLEY, HA0 1DB

Introduction

Wembley is a large suburb in the London Borough of Brent, north-west London, 8 miles (13 km) northwest of Charing Cross. It includes the neighbourhoods of Alperton, North Wembley, Preston, Sudbury, Tokyngton and Wembley Park. The population was 102,856 in 2011.

Wembley was for over 800 years part of the parish of Harrow on the Hill in Middlesex. Its heart, Wembley Green, was surrounded by agricultural manors and their hamlets. The small, narrow, Wembley High Street is a conservation area. The railways of the London & Birmingham Railway reached Wembley in the mid-19th century, when the place gained its first church. Slightly south-west of the old core, the main station was originally called Sudbury, but today is known as Wembley Central. By the 1920s, the nearby long High Road hosted a wide array of shops and Wembley was a large suburb of London. Wembley then, within three decades, became an integral outer district of London, in density and contiguity. Wembley formed a separate civil parish from 1894, incorporated as a municipal borough of Middlesex in 1937. In 1965, when local government in London was reformed, the area merged with the Municipal Borough of Willesden, which was separated by the River Brent, to create the London Borough of Brent, one of the 32 local government districts of Greater London.

The estate of Wembley Park was largely pleasure grounds when the Metropolitan Railway reached this part in 1894. It was chosen to host the British Empire Exhibition in 1924, resulting in the development of landmarks including the Empire Stadium, later known as Wembley Stadium, which became an iconic football stadium. Suburban protection of public parkland and low-to-mid building density of all but high-rise western Wembley Park means most of Wembley is integral to and archetypal of the once well-advertised – mainly Middlesex – Metroland. After years of debate, the 1923 stadium was replaced by a modernised stadium with a grand, skyline arch which opened in 2007; it is home to the England national football team, hosts latter and/or final stages of annual competitions such as the FA Cup and has the greatest capacity nationwide. In the early 21st century the London Designer Outlet pedestrianised plaza was built.

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Summary for Eden Close, WEMBLEY, HA0 1DB

London
This postcode is in the
Alperton
within
Brent
Rural/Urban
Major conurbation   ?

Roadworks near HA0 1DB

Today's roadworks within 3 miles
Planned
45
In Progress
541
Completed
13
Cancelled
5

Road Safety near HA0 1DB

Details of personal injury accidents in and around Eden Close, HA0 1DB that have been reported to Metropolitan Police Service over the past 20 years.

Traffic Levels near HA0 1DB

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Member of UK Parliament

This postcode is in the Brent North parliamentary constituency.

Brent North is a constituency in London, England. The seat has been held by Barry Gardiner (Labour) since May 2010.

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Most Recent House Sales for Eden Close, HA0 1DB

8 EDEN CLOSE, HA0 1DB
26 Feb 2021
£542,000
17 EDEN CLOSE, HA0 1DB
17 Jan 2020
£330,000
14 EDEN CLOSE, HA0 1DB
29 Apr 2019
£458,000
26 EDEN CLOSE, HA0 1DB
14 Dec 2018
£532,000

Local Petrol Station Prices

Petrol Standard (E10)
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Petrol Super (E5)
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Diesel Standard (B7)
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Diesel Super (B7)
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Coordinates for HA0 1DB

Latitude
51.539143
Longitude
-0.304669

Residents at HA0 1DB

Households
26
Male
48
Female
48
People per Household
3.69

Sunrise and Sunset at HA0 1DB

Sunrise
04:55
Sunset
21:00

Traffic Emission Zones

London (Ultra Low Emission Zone Expansion)

Historical Weather Summary

Clear11.67%
Cloudy79.79%
Rain7.08%
Windy1.39%
Other0.07%

Population

Brent
335,000

Deprivation Index

41.0 England
The lower the score (out of 100),
the more deprived the postcode

Average Energy Performance

Domestic Certificates

Companies Registered at HA0 1DB

Active
4
Inactive
2

Postcode Details for HA0 1DB

Introduced
1 Jan 1980

Recent Updates

3 May 2024
Police and Crime data updated for March 2024
2 May 2024
Energy Performance Certificates (England and Wales) updated March 2024
2 May 2024
Energy Performance Certificates (Scotland) updated January to March 2024
1 May 2024
Sold House Price data updated for March 2024
18 Apr 2024
Added Traffic Camera Views from Traffic Scotland to Roadworks within Scotland
15 Apr 2024
Schools Data updated for April 2024
10 Apr 2024
Companies Data updated for March 2024
7 Apr 2024
New option to receive automatic updates to roadworks that affect you

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