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Pet Friendly Places to Live in London

London is a great place to live if you have pets, especially if you have a dog. London boasts acres of open green space, dog-friendly cafés, activities, and attractions. If you are considering moving to the capital with a pet, look at our top 5 areas to live: 

1. Greenwich

Greenwich is famed for its beautiful park, offering a great place to go for a walk with your pooch. Alongside the luscious green spaces, you’ll find pet-friendly pubs and cafés, so after a long walk, there are plenty of places to stop to refuel. Whether you fancy a coffee or something a little stronger. 

2. Hampstead

You may be surprised to see Hampstead on this list, but it also has lovely parks, like Greenwich. As well as gorgeous green spaces like Parliament Hill, Hampstead also has the added advantage of Gaucho’s famous Doggy Sunday Brunch. Gaucho’s brunch is a great way to meet other dog owners in London as well as enjoy some delicious food and a few drinks. 

3. Battersea

Battersea is an obvious addition to the list with its long history of rehoming and caring for dogs. Battersea Dogs Home is not the only thing that makes Battersea pet friendly. There are also lots of green spaces, dog friendly activities at Battersea Power Station, as well as the annual Battersea Park Dog Show each summer. As well as outdoor pet friendly activities, there are plenty of pet friendly pubs and cafés. If you are a cat person rather than a dog person, then the abundance of cat cafés in the area will be for you!

4. Hackney

Despite Hackney being the ‘ new cool place to hang out it is another pet-friendly area of London, with rich history and great architecture. There are 330 hectares of green space for your furry friends to explore, as well as a woodland you might not expect to see in the middle of London. Hackney is an area you should research if you are looking for pet-friendly areas to live in London. 

5. Soho

Soho might not have the acres of green space that some other areas on our list offer, however, it does have a range of pet-friendly parks, cafés, pubs, and restaurants. If you are looking to enjoy a day out with loved ones and your canine friend, then Soho is a great place to consider.

If you are considering moving to a pet-friendly area of London, use our tools to research the average rent and sale prices of properties in these areas. 

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