The SW10 district falls under the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and comprises West Brompton as well as parts of Chelsea. A mostly residential area, SW10 is home to the well known Brompton Cemetery from where writer Beatrix Potter is said to have taken some of the names for her animal characters in her stories. SW10 is an area with unique charm and character and has become known for its transport links amongst other things. There are a number of attractions and places of interest within easy reach of SW10 including the Chelsea Football Club Stadium, Brompton Library and the quaint Finborough Theatre.
The executive suites and retail units around SW10 are taken up by a variety of companies, with a range of different business types and professionals operating from this area. This includes companies such as financial service providers, ship brokers, advertising agencies, public relations consultants and publishers.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Plenty of entertainment is on hand in SW10, with a range of venues within easy reach. You can catch a show at the historic Finborough Theatre, enjoy live jazz music at the 606 Club or take in live music at The Troubadour. You can also choose from a variety of cuisine when it comes to eating out. Enjoy fine Italian meals at Chelsea Kitchen, fabulous French cuisine at Marco or exotic South Asian dishes at Chutney Mary.
You can enjoy good transport links in SW10, so getting around should not be a problem. You can access the underground network from Fulham Broadway and West Brompton tube stations while Kensington Olympia railway station offers access to mainline services. A variety of secure car parks offer facilities for drivers in the area and there are plenty of bus services and taxis for those looking for over ground transportation.