Hammersmith Data Recovery
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Facts about Hammersmith and Fulham
Latitude / Longitude
51.4990 / -0.2291
Hammersmith and Fulham is one of the 13 inner boroughs of London. It is located in the centre-west of London, traversed by the A4 and A40 Westway roads.
It shares borders with six other boroughs–Brent to the north, Ealing and Hounslow to the west, Kensington and Chelsea to the east and Wandsworth and Richmond-upon-Thames to the south.
Hammersmith and Fulham is the third smallest borough by area in London, covering 1,640 hectares.
Hammersmith and Fulham, with a population density of 111 people per hectare, is the 6th most densely populated area in England.
The most densely populated ward in Hammersmith and Fulham is Addison (208 people per hectare) and the least populated is College Park and Old Oak (27 people per hectare).
Hammersmith and Fulham has a higher proportion of young adults (23%) than London (17%) and England (14%).
Palace Riverside in the borough has the highest proportion of adults aged 65 and above (14.7%).
Hammersmith and Fulham has the second highest unmarried adult proportion (55.9%) of any local authority in England and Wales.
There are nearly 84,000 households in Hammersmith and Fulham. The wards with the highest number of households include Askew, Avonmore and Brook Green, and Sands Ends.
There are two main hospitals in Hammersmith and Fulham – Hammersmith Hospital in White City and Charing Hospital along Fulham Palace road.
Hammersmith and Fulham is the 4th highest local authority in England and Wales with reported good health (56.5%).
There was an average of 850 deaths in the borough recorded since 2014 – the second lowest in London.
Palace Riverside and Town have the highest average life expectancy in the borough (84.5 and 84.2 respectively).
Hammersmith and Fulham has 4 nursery schools, 34 primary schools, 3 secondary schools and one college – Ealing Hammersmith and West London College, located along Gliddon Road.
Hammersmith and Fulham has 5 public libraries–the Askew Library, Fulham Library and Avonmore Library. Hammersmith Library at Shepherd’s Bush Road is Grade II listed.
Hammersmith and Fulham has the 9th highest percentage (of any local authority in the country) of residents with a degree qualification (61%) – higher than London (52%) and England (38%).
Hammersmith has one Grade I, and 22 Grade II* listed buildings. These include Fulham Palace, Campbell Family Mausoleum, Church of Holy Trinity, Former Odeon Cinema, Hurlingham House, and Hammersmith Bridge (that crosses the River Thames), among others.
Fulham Palace, near Bishop’s Park in Fulham, is the only Grade I listed building in the borough.
Other Information about Hammersmith and Fulham
Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council, made up of 46 councillors (and with Daryl Brown as mayor), is the local authority in the borough. The meeting place of the council is the Hammersmith Town Hall at Kings Street.
Hammersmith and Fulham is home to three football clubs – Chelsea FC, Fulham FC (both in Fulham) and Queens Park Rangers in White City.
There are many museums in Hammersmith and Borough. Some of them include the William Morris Society at Kelmscott House, Hammersmith and Fulham Palace in Fulham.
Hammersmith and Fulham has four theatres and several cinema complexes. Bush Theatre in Shepherd’s Bush, Hammersmith, is one of the most prominent new writing theatres in the world.
Wards in Hammersmith
- Avonmore & Brook Green
- College Park & Old Oak
- Fulham Broadway
- Fulham Reach
- Hammersmith Broadway
- North End
- Palace Riverside
- Parsons Green & Walham
- Ravenscourt Park
- Sands End
- Shepherd's Bush Green
- Wormholt & White City
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