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Kilburn is situated in North-West London, and is divided between three London Boroughs: most of Kilburn is in Brent or Camden, but a small part is in Westminster. Kilburn is a busy and multicultural area, with countless international eateries. The area is identified in the London Plan as one of 35 major centres in Greater London. There are countless amenities in the vicinity, including restaurants, bars, pubs, cafes, convenience stores, retail outlets, banks, libraries and green spaces, making this an ideal location in which to base any business.
Setting up your business here
There are many small and medium-sized businesses located in Kilburn, alongside an abundance of schools, due to the number of young families in the district. There are many independent retail outlets in the area, representing a variety of countries and cultures. Various web-design companies are situated here, as well as start-up companies, who enjoy a London location, without paying London prices. Networking opportunities are plentiful with like-minded professionals and transport links into London are efficient.
Things to do in Kilburn
Kilburn has a range of attractions available for people of all ages, including the Gaumont State Cinema building, which was previously a landmark architectural design, and it now houses a bingo hall. The Tricycle Theatre is a renowned arts centre and is home to a gallery, cinema and theatre. The theatre presents many international documentaries and films, often in a foreign language with English subtitles. It also hosts social and educational events. "The Animals WW1 memorial dispensary" is located on Cambridge Avenue. The building itself dates back to the early 1930s and it treated over 6,000 animals in its first year. The front of the building has a large bronze plaque above the door as a memorial to animals killed in World War 1. The building adjacent is one of the only surviving London examples of a "Tin Tabernacle" from 1863, which is currently used by a local Arts charity. This very unusual building is Grade II listed and is open to the public on Saturdays. There are plentiful eateries in the vicinity, including Little Bay, an intimate and quirky restaurant, which has an extensive internationally inspired menu.