Bethnal Green, Globe Town, Stepney Green
To meet the demand for house cleaning services in Bethnal Green, we have vetted many independent house cleaning professionals that cover the area. All housekeepers registered on our app have been fully background-checked and interviewed in person by TidyChoice. We also check customer references before activating their accounts to make sure that they have sufficient experience in delivering domestic cleaning services.
To make a booking is simple. All you need to do is go online, enter your requirements, get matched with local cleaners and choose the housekeeper that suits you. TidyChoice is the only website where you can find fully vetted housekeepers and book them directly online.
TidyChoice is a marketplace rather than a cleaning agency. You can get the best value for money by selecting your cleaner based on a combination of price and ratings. You have a direct relationship with your house cleaner, so you are always in control.
|Date of first booking in Bethnal Green||27/06/2015|
|Number of customers in Bethnal Green||556|
|Number of registered Bethnal Green cleaners||170|
The quieter Victorian village of Bethnal Green offers a side of London that not many Londoners believe exists. Affordability, excellent schools and good links to the London Underground make Bethnal Green a highly desirable place to live in London. Couple all of this with the great mix of cosmopolitan cultures that exist in the area, which can be seen from the variety of dining options and shops available. Bethnal Green has a mix of attractions to its residents that many other London areas do not.
Bethnal Green offers a broad array of residential options explaining why singles, couples and large families are attracted to the area. There is a good mix of Victorian properties along with modern apartments and flats fit for any type of buyer. The area also offers a plethora of fantastic schools, such as the Swanlea School which recently gained an outstanding rating by Ofsted, making it the perfect place for people with children.
Tower Hamlets Council is responsible for street care and cleaning in Bethnal Green.
Over the years, Tower Hamlets Council has launched a number of campaigns to encourage people to get behind the council's mission of sustaining a cleaner and safer neighbourhood. Campaigns such as the "Big Clean Up" have been a huge success in the past. Furthermore, the council also promises its residents that streets reported to be dirty will be cleaned and returned to its normal standard within 24 hours.
The council also launched the "Love Your Neighbourhood" App in 2019 which provides its residents with information on things such as waste collection schedules. It gives residents the ability to report issues that are prominent in the borough.
|Population of Tower Hamlets||307,964 (2017)|
|Population of Bethnal Green||27,849 (2011)|
|Bethnal Green postcodes||E1, E2|
|Number Bethnal Green residential homes||15,057|
|% Flats and apartments||79%|
|Underground and train stations||Bethnal Green (London Underground) , Bethnal Green (London Overground) and Stepney Green|
|Parks||Bethnal Green Garden, Meath Gardens, Stepney Green Gardens, Mile End Park, Haggerston Park|
|Notable sports teams and clubs||Tower Hamlets FC , Sporting Bengal FC|
|Notable schools||Swanlea School, Sir John Cass Foundation and Redcoat Church of England secondary School, Central Foundation Girls' School|
|Famous residents past and present||Micky Flanagan (Born 1962, Comedian), Len Goodman (Born 1944, former ballroom dancer), Audley Harrison (Born 1971, former professional boxer)|