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Budden said: “In central London, transactions fell particularly sharply as a result of stamp duty changes … and high levels of price [inflation]. The central market is going to stay at pretty subdued levels going forward until there is some conclusion on Brexit and further economic stability.”

St Mary's Parish Church dates from the 12th century

Foxtons’ average sale price last year was £550,000, which is up 1%. A third of its sales were for less than £400,000.

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In February 2016, the iconic 1930s neon lights were turned on for the first time since the stadium's closure in 2008, following a £100,000 restoration.

Walthamstow Library runs a number of regular activities throughout the week including baby bounce, IT support and Councillor surgeries.

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With an estimated population around 111,000 in the 2011 census, Walthamstow's population has become increasingly more diverse since the previous 2001 census. The number of residents identifying as White-British have dropped by approximately 13,000 in this time, whilst non-British residents have increased by approximately 11,000 in that time. This diversity is crucial to the area, and provides the rich mix of cultures and people which makes Walthamstow so interesting and unique.

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So yeah, it’s posh and full of mums and babies. It’s also got lots of lovely old buildings. One of them is even called the Ancient House, so you know it’s old. If you want Elizabethan architecture, pubs, grub and artisanal everything, all without having to leave London, Orford Road is for you. Fair warning: you might not want to leave.

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With the advent of the railways and the ensuing suburbanisation in the late 19th century, Walthamstow experienced a large growth in population and speculative building.[6]

Listing potential risks to its business, Foxtons said: “The market may also be affected by any reduction in London’s standing as a major financial city caused by a decision by the UK to leave the EU.”

Two good examples of schools in the heart of Walthamstow are The Winns Primary School and Forest School; both of which have received high reviews from parents whose children attend the establishment.

He added: “Outer London we see as far more natural markets. People buying and selling houses for £200,000 or £300,000 in Walthamstow are far less impacted by the global economic scene.”

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One was held on suspicion of a public order offence.

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Highams Park and Hale End, though both in the E4 postcode, are historically part of Walthamstow.

Estate agent, known for aggressive sales techniques and fleet of liveried Mini cars, expands outwards from central London base

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Situated in North East London, Walthamstow can be found in the London Borough of Waltham Forest. It is perhaps best well known for its artistic scene as well as the Walthamstow street market which is reported to be Europe's longest market at over a mile long.

The northern continuation of Markhouse Road is St James's Street to which Blackhorse Road follows, served by underground and railway stations, which in turn becomes Blackhorse Lane. This is bound on its western side by industrial units and warehouses. The London Borough of Waltham Forest has proposed developing the area around Blackhorse Road railway station to become a gateway to the town.

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Walthamstow is recorded c. 1075 as Wilcumestowe ("the Place of Welcome") and in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Wilcumestou.[3]

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All Waltham Forest libraries stock a range of fiction and non-fiction for adults and for children and large print titles and spoken word CDs for adults and children. Some libraries also hold a range of stock in community languages.

For those who'd rather remain on the road, the London bus service - whilst admittedly not the most reliable owing to the fairly congested routes in and around central London - are regular and provide a wide coverage of transport. For those with their own car, the M11 is just a short drive away, which links to the rest of the UK.

Birth registration appointments take place at Walthamstow, Leytonstone and Leyton Libraries.

The graphic designer added: "After an hour the police closed the junction completely because the remaining people in the building start throwing stones and billiard balls on police cars from a window in first floor."

London Buses routes 20, 34, 48, 58, 69, 97, 212, 215, 230, 257, 275, 357, 675, W12, W15, W19 and night route N26 serve the area. In addition, route 69 provides a 24-hour service.[25] Bus services include a full infrastructure including a Hopper service and a multi point to point network exists; serviced from and to its own main bus station terminus situated near the train station, along with a cross network passing through the centre and outskirts.

Walthamstow is a major centre in London's grime music scene, with many bedroom studios and underground music enterprises. Artists include Lethal Bizzle and his band Fire Camp.

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Walthamstow is a large town, situated between the North Circular Road to the north, Lee Valley and the Walthamstow Reservoirs to the west, and Epping Forest to the east. The town centre consists of Walthamstow Market, the longest single street market in Europe.

Walthamstow is mentioned in the Paul McCartney and Wings song "Old Siam, Sir" from the 1979 album Back to the Egg.

On 29 March 1968 the Spedeworth promotion took over the running of racing at Walthamstow with their Superstox, Stock Car, Hot Rod, Banger and Midget Racing. The promotion continued there until the end of the 1974 racing season.

Walthamstow, whose name partly inspired the fictitious Walford in EastEnders, is one of London’s gentrifying hotspots. Long seen as up and coming due to its fast links to the City and the West End and the leafy “village” at its heart, the area has attracted families priced out of Hackney and Islington.