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Can someone outline which areas are suburban and which areas are inner city? On the central line only.
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The central line is inner city only
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(Original post by niteninja1)
The central line is inner city only
So there wouldn't be any suburban areas? Such as from zone 1 to 5.
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Define surburban?

Are we talking a quite street of houses or does it require lots of green space etc
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It's complicated if you trying to get a scientific viewpoint because London is so built up that the boundaries may not make sense.

In the west, I would say that Westfield London was a boundary of the Centre, so you should say that Bush was the boundary there on the Central. In the east, since most Londoners look down on East London, the boundary would be at Liverpool Street but this is again not a scientific viewpoint.

Even after you extend the eastern boundary into wherever you want it to be, you'll get problems at defining what's suburban and what's not - for example, what is canary wharf or harrow?
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(Original post by renegradeisland)
It's complicated if you trying to get a scientific viewpoint because London is so built up that the boundaries may not make sense.

In the west, I would say that Westfield London was a boundary of the Centre, so you should say that Bush was the boundary there on the Central. In the east, since most Londoners look down on East London, the boundary would be at Liverpool Street but this is again not a scientific viewpoint.

Even after you extend the eastern boundary into wherever you want it to be, you'll get problems at defining what's suburban and what's not - for example, what is canary wharf or harrow?
I would also add that I doubt you could extend the "centre" beyond Liverpool Street eastwards because literally so few people middle class want to live there that's it doesn't get the investment, but you could extend it westwards beyond Shepard's Bush since you've got White City and the former BBC Studios (but you've also got Wembley Stadium which I think is too far-fetched), then most of the Central Line in the West is quite a hotspot for accomodation and so it's generally quite developed.

London has a few other built up areas such as Canary Wharf or Harrow. Wimbledon is also far more developed than the Brent area, despite Brent being closer to London than Wimbledon.
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(Original post by niteninja1)
The central line is inner city only
Epping is not inner city.
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