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What you need to know about West Central London

West Central London

West Central London is an area right in the heart of the city on the north bank of the River Thames, that includes areas of Covent Garden, Holborn, Fitzrovia, Clerkenwell, Temple, and St Pancras. It is home to several prestigious and well known centres for arts and entertainment including the Royal Opera House, the Cambridge Theatre, and the National Portrait Gallery. There are also several established museums in the area including the postal museum, the Charles Dickens museum, and the British museum. World renowned shopping centers and places of interest in west central London include Tottenham Court Road, Leicester square, Trafalgar Square, the Strand, Russell Square and Covent Garden, as well as the numerous square gardens dotted around the area for residents and visitors.

  • Population Size 18,046
  • Active Businesses 4,701
  • Waste Collected (tonnes)7,568
  • Tonnes of Waste Recycled or Reused 3,959

What are the different ways to dispose of waste in West Central London?

Where are the nearest recycling centres in West Central London

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How is the local authority in West Central London handling your waste?

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