Part of the Borough of Harrow in London, Pinner was previously classed as being located in Middlesex but is now classed as part of the Greater London area. The town is home to a variety of attractions and places of interest as well as boasting an interesting history like much of the rest of the borough. Pinner is close to sites such as Shri Swaminarayan Mandir and Syon Park while The Tropical Zoo in London is also nearby. Pinner has had a few famous residents over the years including Henry James Pye, Sir Elton John, Bruce Welch, Petula Clark, Jane March and Sir Rhodes Boyson.
The business scene in Pinner is diverse and the town boasts office spaces and executive suites that are occupied by the likes of accountants, financial advisors, networking firms and graphic design companies. There are engineering firms in Pinner, alongside building & construction firms while companies relating to healthcare and recruitment are also based in the area. Emotio Design Group, Intenix and Aloka Ltd are amongst the companies that operate from the town.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Entertainment is never a problem around Pinner with venues such as Wembley Arena (6 miles), Bush Hall (12 miles) and Watermans (13 miles) offering live performances and shows. Vue Cinemas offers a wide selection of movies while The Turk’s Head has something for comedy fans to look forward to. Pinner has a number of restaurants serving a variety of dishes from various cultures. There is Indian food on offer at Spice Garden, Italian cuisine at Sakonis, Pakistani dishes at Lahore Karachi, and contemporary European cooking at West 5 Brasserie.
Pinner and North Harrow tube station are the two direct links to the London Underground’s Metropolitan Line. The A404 is the main road that runs through the area while the A4090 runs south of Pinner, providing connectivity to places like London Heathrow Airport, the closest link to air-travel from Pinner. A number of bus-routes and taxi services run through the area for those looking for ground transportation.