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What you need to know about London


The capital of England and the United Kingdom, London, is among the oldest of the world’s great cities. Its history spans nearly two millennia, which can be seen vividly in many parts of the city. Yet, London is hardly living in the past. As the heart of the economy, culture, and transportation of the country, the city has become one of the most powerful and dynamic cities in the world. It continues to see innovation and growth in its architecture, art, restaurants, and hotels. In terms of property, the London property landscape is dominated by flats since around 43% of the city’s residents live in one. The remaining percentage live in terraced houses or semi-detached houses. As one of the world’s most important global cities, London is also filled with offices and industrial premises in high-rise and mid-rise buildings. With its rich history and culture, London has a lot to offer visitors. The city is dotted with striking landmarks that are instantly recognizable by anyone, such as Big Ben, the Tower of London, and Westminster Abbey, to name a few. Besides its centuries-old, iconic buildings, there is also a wide range of modern innovation that makes the city even more interesting than it already is. From the Sky Garden and the Shard to the Tate Modern extension and the Gherkin, it is easy to see why many people think that London’s skyline is stunning and unique. Houses, flats, public buildings, skyscrapers, and even the landmarks in London contribute to the total tonnage of the city’s waste, approximately 7 million tonnes of waste are generated each year from both residential and commercial properties.

  • Population Size 9,304,016
  • Active Businesses 1,240,767
  • Waste Collected (tonnes)3,901,600
  • Tonnes of Waste Recycled or Reused 1,248,512

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