The East side of London is one of the most popular and multicultural areas of the city, full of diversity and providing a wide range of services and activities to enjoy. Including neighbourhoods like Leyton, Leytonstone, Walthamstow and Stratford, East London is an ideal location in terms of transports links to the rest of the City of London.
Leyton is a vibrant area of East London with excellent best transport connections (day and night) to the most popular areas of London such Oxford Circus, Liverpool Street and Stratford thanks to the Central Line and a wide range of buses. The main road in the neighbourhood is High Road Leyton which has plenty of restaurants, pubs, beauty salons and so on.
In addition, you have a commercial area just in front of the station with a 24h ASDA supermarket, a TK Maxx, Costa Coffee, Sports Direct and a gym. The Elisabeth Olympic Park in Stratford is just 10 minutes away by bus where you can have nice walk and explore West Ham football club’s stadium and the London Aquatics centre as well as the Stratford Westfield Mall. East London University is also within a convenient distance if you are planning to study there!
In Leyton, there is also the Leyton Library, which is very useful for students preparing for their exams. Our office is located in the Legacy Business Centre, next to the library and 6 minutes away from the station.
Apart from being known as the hometown of celebrities such a David Beckham and Damon Albarn, Leytonstone has a lot to offer in terms of social life and natural surroundings. Leytonstone Station is linked to central London via the Central Line. Just 3 minutes away from the station there is High Leytonstone Road, a road full of activity and services: pubs, international cuisine, grocery stores and book shops, among other businesses. There is also a huge Tesco supermarket 3 minutes away from the station.
Walthamstow is a vibrant and well-linked area with a huge bus station and the Walthamstow Central Tube station (Victoria Line). Leyton Tube station is only 20 minutes away by bus if you need to use the Central Line. There is a great atmosphere in the area and if you like shopping you have Walthamstow Mall with lots of fashion stores and a big ASDA Supermarket. There is also a fruit market on Saturdays nearby Walthamstow Town Square Gardens. To summarize, Walthamstow is a great place to live in!