Fancy Districts of London

Many and Diversified Fancy Districts of London

England boasts of 326 districts and they comprise of 36 Metropolitan boroughs, 201 other Metropolitan districts, London Boroughs numbering 32, and 55 are unitary authorities. London and the Isles of Scilly also claim district levels. But they do not come under the said categories. Some of these districts show features of Cities, Boroughs and Royal Boroughs. A mayor governs all cities, royal boroughs and boroughs. The district council selects the mayor and more often an individual to this position is directly elected.

Greater London, which consists of 33 boroughs, covers 607 sq.m. The area has the most sought after fancy districts of London which come under the jurisdiction of 73 constituencies. Central London, which is, the areas most popular has some highly sought after places. The characteristics of these areas are distinctive from each other. More distinctively, the names of these places show an affinity for the landmarks and historical facts of the respective places.

Bankside, Bayswater, Battersea, Bloomsbury, Belgravia, Brentford, Camberwell, Brixton, Chelsea, Camden Town, Clerkenwell, Crystal Palace, Covent Garden, Earls Court, Elephant and Castle feature fancy demographic and social characteristics. This title also is claimed by Fitzrovia, Hackney, Fulham, Holborn, Hammersmith, Hoxton, Holland Park, Islington, Hyde Park, Kennington, Kilburn, Kensington, and King’s Cross.

Furthermore, the London Districts of the areas around Knightsbridge, Little Venice, Lambeth, Maida Vale, Mayfair, Notting Hill, Peckham, and Paddington also enjoy a high popularity. Pimlico, Primrose Hill, Shoreditch, Regent’s Park, Soho, South Kensington, South Bank, South Kensington, St. James’s, St. John Wood, Spital-fields, Southwark, Stockwell, Tower Hamlets, Westminster, and Victoria also come under this category. In the London region, North London, East London, Central London, North East London, South East London, South London, West London and South West London enjoy much popularity among visitors.

Another fancy district in England is the Borough of Ashford in Kent. Five districts in Kent surround the Borough of Ashford and South West, and East Sussex also forms the borders of Ashford. It covers 58,000 hectares of land thus becoming the largest area of Kent. Originally, Ashford was a rural area, but today it has taken on much of an urban atmosphere. The Bradford city in West Yorkshire is another fancy district in England. It boasts of Denholme, Haworth, Bingley, Silsden, Shipley and Keighley towns. The city’s population is ever growing and today it is in the third place after London and Manchester in this regard.

England’s highly populated city, Bristol had about 442,500 people in 2015. Somerset and Gloucestershire lie facing Bristol. Bath and Gloucester form the north-east and south-east sides of Bristol. It received the status of a county in 1373 because of its historical values. A county of ceremonies, Herefordshire in England, boasts over 55,800 residents. It is a charming place with its agricultural lands. The district has a large cattle population and numerous fruit plants.

At present, England has about 326 districts. Most of them are very fancy cities, with London City being the most famous and busiest city of them all. Leeds, Preston, Richmondshire, Rochdale, Oxford, Norwich, and Oldham to name a few from a long list attract many tourists and those who need to reside.