Kensington and Chelsea Data Recovery
Our consultant Data Recovery London Laboratory offers solutions to retrieving lost, deleted, corrupted, inaccessible, damaged file data or virus attack. It is even probable to rescue overwritten data files. We specialise in all storage media like Camera SD Cards, USB Devices, external Hard-drives (HDD or SSD) or laptop or computer.
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- Fixed pricing on recovery (You know what you are paying - no nasty surprises).
- Quick recovery turnaround at no extra cost. (Our average recovery time is 2 days).
- Memory card chip reading services (1st in the UK to offer this service).
- Raid recoding service (Specialist service for our business customers who have suffered a failed server rebuild).
- Our offices are 100% UK based and we never outsource any recovery work.
- Strict Non-disclosure privacy and security is 100% guaranteed.
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Facts about Kensington and Chelsea
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The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is one of the 13 inner boroughs of London.
Kensington and Chelsea, with a population of 159,000 and an inland area of 1,212 hectares, is the smallest London borough and the 2nd smallest district in England.
Kensington and Chelsea (131.1) is one of the districts in the UK with the highest population density per hectare.
Golborne (10,300), Courtfield (10,000) and Earl’s Court (10,000) are the three most populated wards in the royal borough.
Kensington and Chelsea have the highest number of non-British residents (38%) of any local authority in the England.
Kensington and Chelsea have the highest income inequality of any London borough, with Golborne being the most deprived ward and Queen’s Gate the least.
80.9% of all residential properties in Kensington and Chelsea are flats compared to London’s 50.3%.
Kensington and Chelsea has the 3rd highest proportion (38%) of private-rented property in England after Westminster (39.7%) and London (35.9%).
Private rent in Kensington and Chelsea is the least affordable for low earners. Wards like Norland (£3,293,030) and Brompton (£2,333,389) have the highest property cost in the borough.
Life expectancy in Kensington and Chelsea is 83.4 for males and 86.4 for females. Hans Town (93) and Queen’s Gate (90) have the highest expectancy of the wards in the royal borough.
Kensington and Chelsea has the highest proportion (57.8%) of people who describe their health as very good in London, ahead of Wandsworth (57.4%) and Richmond-upon-Thames (57.3%).
Kensington and Chelsea has four nursery schools, 26 primary schools, five secondary schools, two special schools and a pupil referral unit.
More than 53% of the residents of Kensington and Chelsea have a level four qualification – the 4th highest in England.
Kensington and Chelsea has the highest success rate of any London borough in GCSE English and Maths, according to a survey by Trust London.
There are six libraries in Kensington and Chelsea. These include Kensington Central Library, North Kensington Library, Chelsea Library, Brompton Library, Kensal Library and the Notting Hill Gate Library in Notting Hill, Kensington.
There are 17 Grade I and 106 Grade II* listed buildings in the royal borough. These include Debenham House, Church of St. Luke, Orangery at Kensington Palace, Woodlands House, West House, Tomb of Emmeline Pankhurst and the Oratory in Brompton, among others.
The Kensington Palace, a royal residence in Kensington Gardens, has been the residence of the British Royal Family since the 17th century. It is Grade I listed.
Other Information about Kensington and Chelsea
The royal borough, run by the Kensington and Chelsea London Borough Council, is comprised of 50 councillors. The council is led by Councillor Elizabeth Campbell. The meeting place is at Town Hall in Horton Street.
The Notting Hill Carnival held annually in Notting Hill Kensington is the largest carnival in Europe.
Kensington and Chelsea is home to three of the top ten most visited museums in the UK – Natural History Museum, Science Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum; all on Exhibition Road in South Kensington.
The Electric Cinema in Notting Hill is one of the oldest active Cinemas in Britain. It is Grade II* listed.
Knightsbridge, a prominent residential and retail district in the royal borough, is one of the two recognised international retail centres in London. It is 1.5 miles south of Hyde Park (via the A4).
Wards in Kensington and Chelsea
- Brompton & Hans Town
- Chelsea Riverside
- Earl's Court
- Notting Dale
- Queen's Gate
- Royal Hospital
- St Helen's
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