What is E3, London really like? Would it suit your needs or should you move elsewhere? HomeViews Streets collects in-depth reviews from residents living in postcodes across London, gleaning essential information about transport links, local shops and facilities, and so much more along the way. Keep reading to learn about everything the E3 London postcode has to offer.
Which part of London is E3?
The E3 postcode covers Bow, Bromley-by-Bow, Old Ford, Mile End, Three Mills, London Gas Museum, and Tower Hamlets in East London. The Tower Hamlets and Newham local authorities run the area.
Which zone is London E3?
The E3 postcode sits within TfL Zone 2. Adjacent areas to the north include Hackney and Homerton (E9), Olympic Park and Stratford (E20). To the east lies Stratford and West Ham (E15), plus Canning Town and North Woolwich (E16). To the south, you’ll find Isle of Dogs, Millwall, and Poplar (E14). Mile End, Stepney, Whitechapel (E1), and Bethnal Green and Shoreditch (E2) border the postcode to the west.
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Is E3 a good place to live?
So, is E3 great for students or more suitable for families? What about the rail links? Are the parks clean and inviting? HomeViews Streets asks residents to provide an honest review of their postcode, sharing insights down to the road they call home. By scoring each element out of five and leaving written comments to complete their reviews, it’s possible to learn the truth about the E3 London postcode.
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HomeViews Area Guides
See the area guides on related areas below for HomeViews insights about E3 and surrounding regions. These pages include the top-rated new homes in those areas and reviews by residents.
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