Neasden is a small area in the north west of London neighbouring Wembley, Dollis Hill, Stonebridge and Brent Park. In recent years it has seen a number of areas redeveloped, including the Shopping Centre, in an attempt to increase its popularity with traders and customers. As well as being home to the British satirical magazine, Private Eye, which was originally published in Neasden, the area is also well known for being home to the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Temple, the biggest Hindu temple in London, which attracts a number of tourists and visitors to the area each year.
Setting up your business here
Neasden offers an eclectic mix of high street shops as well as a number of bars and restaurants, perfect for socialising with colleagues and clients outside of working hours. The area also boasts a number of office spaces, many of which are already home to successful and thriving businesses from a number of industries including manufacturing and business management. Companies such as The APA Consultancy and Eco Air which operate in the area ensure that there is a steady stream of networking opportunities available to all businesses, which is made easier by the excellent social venues located around Neasden. Travelling in and around Neasden has been made simple and convenient thanks to the convenient rail and bus services that are available in the area, which makes commuting to work an excellent way to travel. However, if you prefer to drive into the area then there are a number of secure car parks for public use.
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Things to do in Neasden
Whether you are looking for a modern restaurant with international cuisine, a chic bar where you can let your hair down after work or a comedy club, you will find it all in and around Neasden. There are a number of restaurants in the area for you to choose from. If you are taking a client out to dinner and looking for a speciality restaurant then try Sayona Pure, a vegetarian restaurant serving a selection of Indian food. If you prefer seafood then One 0 One is the place to be. If you’re planning on heading down to the bar with your friends or colleagues after work then Sals Bar and CT Wine Bar should definitely be on your list of places to go, whether you are looking for a pint of beer or a glass of red. As well as the excellent food and drink that is available in the area, locations such as Highlights, only a few miles away, have an excellent variety of entertainment on offer.
- Tube lines: Jubilee
- Mainline stations: Neasden; Dollis Hill; Willesden Green
- Nearest motorways: M1
- Nearest airports: Heathrow; London City
- Other: 9 bus routes travelling in and around Neasden