Neasden

Neasden is a multi-cultural area in the London Borough of Brent, bordering Cricklewood, Brent Cross and Wembley. One of the area’s most eye-catching sights is the Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, the largest Hindu temple outside of India, but Neasden was also the site for the first drive-through McDonald’s in 1988 and the first UK IKEA store, opened in the 1990s.

The North Circular Road is a dominant feature of the area and has been blamed for a decline in Neasden as a shopping centre, although 2004 saw a concerted effort to reverse this decline with a redevelopment of the shopping centre area. Terraces and semis dominate the inside corner of the North Circular but there are many flats too, particularly from the eighties.

Neasden Station is on the Jubilee Line and is in zone 3. It’s a 15-20 minute tube ride into Central London.

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