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East Village, E20, London

With 35 acres of parks and wetlands, and the amazing the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on the doorstep, London’s East Village is a place to get active. The tree- lined neighbourh­ood has 29 independen­t retailers including restaurant­s, cafes, bars, gyms and salons — it’s even got a laser- tag arcade. The community centre hosts regular gettogethe­rs for locals — from language classes to a parents club, and yoga to board games — and year- round food festivals and free events.

Homes available from £ 1,650/ calendar month

What’s on


Supper clubs. Sample new and creative menus from some of the neighbourh­ood’s best- loved independen­t restaurant­s and cafes. The autumn series will run on every Wednesday of the month, starting on 9 October.

2 November: Theatre of Light. E20 will be illuminate­d by a parade of LED drummers, sparkling dancers and dazzling performers. Head to Victory Park from 6pm — it’s going to be, ahem, lit!

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Elephant Central, SE1, London

In Zone 1 and located in the vibrant heart of Elephant and Castle, Elephant Central offers the best of the city while living in a place with a character and community of its own. A Gymbox ( with exclusive resident discounts), pizzeria and South American restaurant are just downstairs, as well as indoor food market Mercato Metropilta­no over the road. If that’s not enough, Borough Market and the South Bank are just a 20- minute walk away.

Homes available from £ 1,855/ calendar month

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