Baron’s Court, Chelsea Creek, Fulham, Fulham Broadway, Fulham Palace Road, Hurlingham, Imperial Wharf, Muster Village, Parsons Green, Putney Bridge, Sands End, West Brompton, West Kensington
|Date of first booking in Fulham||13/10/2014|
|Number of bookings in Fulham||1,033|
|Total number of Fulham cleaners registered on our database||140|
With numerous green spaces, proximity to the river and a plethora of distinguished landmarks, such as the Hurlingham Club and Fulham Palace, Fulham is a highly desirable place to live. Shopping on the nearby King’s Road and the high quality dining options in both Fulham and Chelsea are also a major draw.
Singles, couples and larger families are attracted to the broad array of residential options. There is a good mix of terraced Victorian properties with large gardens and modern apartments to suit a variety of domestic needs. It is also one of the safest boroughs in London, making it a very good choice for young professional women.
To make the most of what Fulham has to offer, many residents would like help with their housekeeping. That is where TidyChoice comes in.
To meet the high demand for household cleaning in Fulham, there are many independent house cleaning professionals registered with TidyChoice covering the area. All registered cleaners are fully vetted by TidyChoice and have a proven track record in providing outstanding domestic cleaning services.
All you need to do is go online, type in your requirements and choose the house cleaner that is just right for you. TidyChoice is the only website where you can hand pick and book your preferred cleaner from a selection of fully vetted housekeepers.
You have a direct relationship with your housekeeper, so you are always in control. You can select your cleaner based on price and/or ratings to get the best value for money.
It is easy and convenient to book through TidyChoice.
In January 2019, Hammersmith and Fulham Council announced that it is introducing a new maximum fine of £400 as part of a zero tolerance crackdown on fly tipping. This increased fine is helping the council in its ambition of becoming the greenest borough in London.
The council also introduced new lamppost-mounted bins to provide an easy way for people to dispose of litter and dog waste.
|Population of Hammersmith and Fulham||200,000|
|Population of Fulham||87,161 (2011)|
|Fulham postcodes||SW6, W14, W6|
|Number Fulham residential homes||25,990|
|% Flats and apartments||75%|
|Underground and train stations||Fulham Broadway, Parsons Green, Imperial Wharf, Putney Bridge, West Kensington, Baron’s Court|
|Parks||Eel Brook Common, South Park, Hurlingham Park, Bishops Park, Parsons Green, Imperial Park, Fulham Palace Gardens|
|Notable sports teams and clubs||Chelsea FC, Fulham FC, QPR Hurlingham Club, Queen's tennis club|
|Notable schools||Fulham Cross Girls School, The London Oratory School, Lady Margaret School, Henry Compton School|
|Famous residents past and present||Linford Christie (born 1960) Olympian athlete, Andy Hamilton (born 1954) satirist and broadcaster, Daniel Radcliffe (born 1989) actor, Janet Street-Porter (born 1946) journalist and rambler|