Covent Garden Area Guide
Possibly one of the most well known and most visited areas of London, the Covent Garden piazza dominates with its quaint boutique markets and shops. Being the first ever open square in England, the piazza was originally London’s most important flower, fruit and vegetable and when this was moved in 1974 the area was restored to what you see today.
You can’t fail to notice the classical Italian architecture around the area, the beautifully constructed Royal Opera House and St Pauls Church tucked away and don’t miss the outdoor entertainment – fun for all the family!
Flagship stores and luxury brands dominate the streets along with some of the most recognisable Michelin star restaurants. Covent Garden is and has always been an exclusive area to live and being in such close proximity to theatres such as The Lyceum and St Martins, it is ever evolving.
After 10 years working in the area you pick up a vast amount of local knowledge – please get in touch, we’d love to share it.
Council Tax Information
Council Tax is worked out by your local council who sets the Council Tax rates for each year. Your property postcode will determine which council you will need to pay. There are currently 2 councils covering the Covent Garden area – Camden and Westminster Council.
For more information about council tax bands please visit: https://www.gov.uk/pay-council-tax or see below for current rates according to tax band.
|Kensington & Chelsea||£695.20||£811.07||£926.93||£1,042.80||£1,274.53||£1,506.27||£1,738.00||£2,085.60|