Is N16, London a good postcode to live in? Which streets and neighbourhoods would suit your needs best? HomeViews Streets is a new review site that reveals both the good and bad about postcodes across London by asking locals to rate their area. Want to know if N16 is a vibrant hub or in need of regeneration? Should you move there with your family or is it better for students? Read on to get the answers you need.
Which area is N16 in London?
The N16 postcode covers Stoke Newington, Shacklewell, and part of Stamford Hill, Dalston, and Newington Green in North London. The area is run by the Hackney and Islington local authorities.
What zone is N16 in?
The N16 postcode sits within TfL (Transport for London) Zones 2 and 3. Clockwise, neighbouring postcodes begin with N15 (Seven Sisters) in the north, East London postcodes E5 (Clapton) and E8 (Hackney and Dalston), N1 (Barnsbury, Canonbury, and Islington) to the south, and N5 (Highbury) and N4 (Finsbury Park and Manor House) to the west.
What is it really like to live there?
Will N16 suit your lifestyle? HomeViews Streets reviews reveal in detail how people feel about N16’s amenities, transport, community atmosphere and much more. Reviewers rate different aspects of local life out of five and share insightful, candid comments to explain their scores.
Check out some examples below. To see more reviews for N16, click through to the main site. Be sure to rate your own postcode to access all the data you need to make the best decision for you.
“Great choice of cafes and restaurants”
HomeViews Area Guides
We also have dedicated area guides across the N16 postcode. Look below for more HomeViews guides that can give you more in-depth information. These pages include the top-rated new developments in the area and reviews by residents.
HomeViews provides verified resident reviews of the UK’s housing developments. We’re working with developers, house builders, operators, housing associations and the Government to recognise high performers and help improve standards in the built environment.