Kingsbury

Kingsbury is a residential suburb in the London Borough of Brent bordering Burnt Oak, Hendon and Harrow.

Kingsbury, literally meaning ‘The King’s Manor’ is relatively new, having only been fully developed after the First World War, a fact illustrated by the almost 800% rise in its population in the decade following 1921. Up until the late seventies there were a number of carmakers, including Bentley and British Leyland, based in the area, on the site now known as Kingsbury Trading Estate. The area has a high Asian population, which is reflected in the diverse, multi-cultural local character.

Kingsbury tube station, in zone 4, is on the A406 (Kingsbury Road) and serves the Jubilee Line. There are also many buses travelling through, with travel to many local areas, such as Edgware and Harrow.

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