Westminster has been the UK’s political capital for centuries. Today, Westminster remains a hotbed of political activity. Anyone who aspires to work in politics in any capacity should give serious thought to flats to rent in Westminster.
Why Live In Westminster?
There is a range of properties available in Westminster. Some of the flats to rent Westminster are among the most expensive in all of London. Park Lane and Mayfair, two of London’s most expensive property hotspots, are located within Westminster.
As well as being home to the UK’s parliament, Westminster is also the location of the headquarters of the UK royal family; Buckingham Palace. There are too many famous landmarks in Westminster to count. Most events of national significance occur in Westminster. As well as the UK government carrying out their work from Westminster, Westminster Abbey also hosts coronations and is the burial site for British monarchs.
What Is There To Do In Westminster?
Westminster has a plethora of tourist attractions that draw large crowds, both domestic and international. However, Westminster flats to rent offer more than just sightseeing. Westminster contains all the usual trappings of an affluent West End district. Among the several parks in Westminster are the Royal Parks of Hyde Park, Green Park, and Regent’s Park. Westminster is one of the most densely populated areas of London, but it also has numerous open green spaces for residents and visitors alike to enjoy.
Another selling point of flats for rent in Westminster for many people is its proximity to many of London’s universities and colleges. Perhaps the most notable of these is the London School of Economics. However, London Business School, The Royal Academy of Music, and the City of Westminster College are also within Westminster.
The London Library is an independent library that every British book lover should visit. The London Library was founded in 1841 by Thomas Carlyle. He was dissatisfied with the lending policies of the British Library, so he started his own.
Westminster has some of the best public transport links in the whole country. With politicians from all over the country needing to travel to and from Westminster regularly, there must be strong transport links. Three major Tube stations serve Westminster. They are St James’s Park, Victoria and the eponymous Westminster. All three of these stations are part of the District and Circle lines. There’s also Overground trains available.
Once you have drunk in enough local history, Westminster houses some of the most excellent pubs and restaurants in London. You might even spot a couple of MPs when you sit down to eat.
If you have a family with young children, KidSpace is an excellent way of expending their energy. There are things in Westminster to appeal to all ages.
Cost Of Living:
Westminster is one of the more expensive areas of London to live. But if a flat within Westminster is beyond your budget, there are flats to rent near Westminster that are cheaper while still providing access to everything Westminster offers.
Westminster is the beating heart of the UK. Greater London Properties has numerous flats to rent in and near Westminster. Check out our catalogue and book a viewing today.