Clapton, Clapton Park, Leyton, Stoke Newington, Upper Clapton
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|Date of first booking in Clapton||27/03/2015|
|Number of customers in Clapton||180|
A popular residential area in North East London with a village atmosphere and historical buildings. Once a rural retreat for London's wealthy merchants, Clapton is home to many fine Georgian and Victorian terraces, many of which have been converted into apartments. Sutton House, now owned by the National Trust and open to the public, is a rare surviving example of a 16th-century merchant's house.
Down by the River Lea there are lovely walks as well as at Springfield and Millfield Parks. Springfield has a bowling green, cricket pitch, tennis courts, a children's playground, a pond and a cafe, while Millfield's Park offers cricket and football pitches, trim trail, tennis and basketball courts and a children's play area. Walthamstow and Hackney Marshes and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford are also nearby offering plenty of outdoor activity in this part of London. Clapton's village feel attracts families from nearby pricier areas who are looking to upsize to a property with a garden. There are regular 12-minute trains from Clapton Station to Liverpool Street and therefore is an attractive area for those who like to be close to Central London.
A plethora of independent bars, pubs, cafes, boutiques and restaurants along the Chatsworth Road and Lower Clapton Road as well as the thriving Sunday Market cater to the trendy residents of Clapton who have been quick to spot the area's resurgence into the next cool thing! The former United Reformed Church in Lower Clapton Road now runs as a Performing Arts Centre and Sutton House, the National Trust property is well worth a visit. King's Hall Leisure Centre offers the area's council-owned swimming pool.
The London Borough of Hackney imposes some strict measures to make their streets cleaner. The borough spends around £1 million a year on cleaning services and fine residents up to £2,500 for littering. Streets are usually swept in Hackney around twice a week with the number of days varying for busier roads.
Furthermore, the London Borough of Hackney's app "Love Clean Hackney" allows residents to report litter in the area. The council then aims to resolve these cleaning matters as quickly and they can keep the residents who reported it notified through the app.
|Population of Clapton||39,346|
|% Flats and apartments||79%|
|Underground and train stations||Clapton (Overground), Hackney Downs, Rectory Roads, Stamford Hill, Stoke Newington|
|Parks||Hackney Downs, Millfields Park, Springfield Park|
|Notable sports teams and clubs||Clapton Football Club|
|Notable schools||Clapton Girls Academy, Mossbourne Community Academy, Rushmore Primary School, Southwold Primary School|
|Famous residents past and present||Lord Alan Sugar (Businessman), Professor Green (Rapper)|