The 33 Districts of London are no longer affordable. London has become a city of tenants, with the average Londoner spending over half their income on rent and no hope of ever affording a property on their own without Mum and Dad.

Join the movement

The answer for many is to move out into the commuter belt which surrounds London, spanning roughly 50 miles from its centre, serviced by high-speed trains that enter London via 14 gateway terminals.



In 2017 alone, 155,000 Londoners moved into the area, equivalent to the population of the District of Kensington and Chelsea. Prices have outperformed London in recent years, driven by exponential growth in the numbers of people moving in London, particularly the young.


This is District 34 – a new District for Londoners where they can live, play, and be in Central London within half an hour.






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