What makes living in Alperton so great?

Published: 26 July 2019

A local’s guide to Alperton

Alperton is situated in the south of Brent, between Wembley and Ealing. Its canal-side location provides a beautiful setting ideal for those who are in search of a waterside residential neighbourhood.

Where to go

Alperton town centre is known for its high street amenities covering cultures and cuisines from across the globe. There are some great things happening in Alperton today. Ealing Road is one of London’s best Asian shopping areas and the stunning Shree Sanatan Hindu Temple is nearing. Brent Council’s proposed regeneration is transforming the area into an exciting centre for cultural activities, community facilities and local shopping. The primary aim is for the communities to connect with modern facilities such as shops, a doctor’s surgery, a learning centre and places to both work and socialise.


The school system in Alperton has proven to be at a great level according to all the important information in regards to the school's capabilities. Notting Hill and Ealing High School are excellent schools in the system of Alperton. The school that scored second on School Guide and proved to have a great performance within the Alperton is St Benedict's School, with a successful blend of the traditional and the progressive. Wembley High Technology College has been the highest achieving non- denominational school in Brent for many years.

Transport links

Alperton is well connected and offers many options when it comes to transport links and travelling. The closest station is Hanger Lane Station, which is conveniently served by the Central line which will take you to Shepherd’s Bush great cocktail bars and pubs. Two stops further on will take you to the centre of Notting Hill and its famous Portobello Road. Bond Street and Oxford Circus are only twenty minutes away by remaining in the central line. For anyone looking to travel further afield, national and Eurostar rail services depart from King’s Cross St. Pancras, which is directly accessible in 40 minutes from Alperton via the Piccadilly line. In the opposite direction, heading west via Acton Town will take you to Heathrow. Alperton station also operates as a major transport hub for bus services in the area, with no fewer than six routes taking you to local destinations such as Ruislip. Road users can benefit from easy access to the nearby A40 for journeys into and out of central London, with the M25 and A406 North Circular also close by for Brent Cross and the M1.


If you want to learn more about how we can help you with buying a shared ownership home in Alperton contact us on 0208 607 0550, and we will talk you through the next steps. We’d love to help you with home buying journey.


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