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Queens Park Area Guide

About this area

AREA GUIDE - QUEENS PARK

LOCATION
Queens Park is a small and exclusive neighbourhood located between Kilburn, Brondesbury Park and Kensal Green in North West London. The area is named after the large park at its heart; over 30 acres of open space including tennis courts, children’s playground, paddling pool, pitch and putt course and small petting zoo. The park, named in commemoration of Queen Victoria’s golden jubilee in 1887 holds Green Flag status for its excellent facilities and use of space.

LONDON BOROUGH OF BRENT COUNCIL TAX

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 Band D
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Council Tax
 £ 907.97
 £1,059.29
 £1,210.61
 £1,361.94
 £1,664.59
 £1,967.25
 £2,269.90
 £2,723.88

THE AREA
Split between the London Borough of Brent and the City of Westminster in North West London, Queen’s Park is an affluent area situated between Kilburn and Kensal Green. Local amenities including a good selection of coffee shops, patisseries, small boutiques, gastropubs, restaurants and leisure facilities can be found on the main high street of Salisbury Road. Enthusiastic shoppers will find a great selection of independent and branded retail outlets, pubs, wine bars and restaurants on their doorstep. There are lots of open green spaces around Queen’s Park, including Queen’s Park itself, which is the main focus of the area, but also the nearby Tiverton Green, known colloquially as 'dog poo park' being a popular destination for dog walkers. Facilities in the Queen's Park include six all-weather tennis courts, a pitch-and-putt golf course, an ornamental garden, a children’s playground with paddling pool, a children’s animal farm and a cafe.

THINGS TO DO
Queen's Park's Salusbury Road is a popular choice for numerous pubs and restaurants, as well as many small boutiques and delis.  The park, flanked by two buzzing high streets, Salusbury Road to the east and Chamberlayne Road to the west, both with a great choice of independent shops, gastropubs, cafes and bars,  The Alice House,  Jack's brasserie, The Salusbury Dining Rooms, Caldo on Salusbury Road with Lonsdale Road Mews also providing a lively semi-pedestrian thoroughfare with venues including, the Wolfpack Bar, Hugo's Restaurant & Itaian Restaurant Ostuni, as well as a large modern Health Centre.

Local Information and Property Activity

True Associates Kensal Rise office

32 Chamberlayne Road,
London,
NW10 3JE
0208 960 3663

Queens Park Local Features


Queens Park offers an established community spirit and, as such, there are numerous activities and amenities to keep you busy.
With local events taking place every year within the park such as Queen's Park Day, The Queen's Park Book Festival and The Nomad outdoor cinema, its ideal to have the park on your doorstep.


 If you are looking for local markets, Queen's Park Farmers Market is held every Sunday on the grounds of Salusbury Primary School, on Salusbury Road, providing a wide selection of locally-grown, organic produce.

Queens Park Local Schools

The educational charity Ark, founded by venture capitalist Arpad Busson, runs three state primary schools in the area: Ark Franklin in Harvist Road, which replaced Kensal Rise primary in September 2013; Ofsted Report “Good” in 2016.The following state primary schools are judged to be “good”: Princess Frederica CofE in College Road; and Kenmont Primary School in Valliere Road.Three state comprehensive schools are judged to be “good”: Queen’s Park (co-ed, ages 11 to 18) in Aylestone Avenue, and Capital City Academy in Doyle Gardens. There is a small choice of local private schools. The primary schools are Seacole (co-ed, ages four to 11) in Bosworth Road; The Lloyd Williamson School (co-ed, six weeks to 11) in Telford Road. The private secondary school is Bales College (co-ed, ages 11 to 18) in Kilburn Lane. The area also put you within easy reach of the prestigious University College School in Hampstead.

Queens Park Transport Links

The area is served by Queen’s Park Tube and National Rail stations (Bakerloo Line, London Overground, Zone 2) as well as Brondesbury Park station (London Overground, Zone 2). There is also a good selection of buses, offering easy access into the West End.