Palmers Green is a vibrant and diverse suburban area in the northern part of England’s capital city. Recognisable from the ‘Knight Bus’ scene from the Harry Potter films, Palmers Green is home to a large Cypriot and Greek population. The area hosts one of the biggest farmer’s markets in the Palmers Green Railway Station car park, while a number of schools and stores tend to the needs of the locals. There are many convenient facilities and amenities in the area benefitting locals, visitors and businesses.
The area is mostly residential so there are many health and consumer goods related businesses here. There are many stores, boutiques, restaurants and cafes located here. Palmers Green also offers conveniently positioned serviced offices and commercial space. The excellent transportation network and local facilities make the area appealing for businesses looking for a convenient location close to Central London. Hurkans Chartered Accountants, Thomas Alexander & Co, Accounting Direct Plus Ltd and Chris Skarparis Co Ltd are examples of some of the businesses that can be found in the area.
Entertainment And Dining Out
For those looking to enjoy themselves, Palmers Green is all about the traditional British pub-scene, with lively venues like The Auld Shillelagh likely to keep you entertained. Barden’s Boudoir offers a late-night hangout for live music lovers with some fantastic tunes to complement the extensive drinks menu. For dining out, the Giraffe personifies the Palmers Green area with its family-friendly atmosphere and exceptional food. Seafood cravings will be satisfied at Toff’s, while a variety of international cuisine can be found at the wide range of other eateries, such as the authentic Spanish food served at La Bota.
Palmers Green has an abundance of transportation means, with buses and taxis freely available in this well-connected suburb. The Palmers Green Railway Station offers excellent connectivity to southbound rail-traffic, while the London Underground reaches to Arnos Grove and Wood Green Tube Stations, both of which are a few minutes’ walk from Palmers Green. Access to the New River canal means that water transportation is also available.