Why Media has serviced Kensington for a long time. Why Media are a leading provider of brand, logo and website design and programming services, as well as digital marketing with a focus on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and Linkedin - we are perceived as one of the best design agencies in Kensington!
Kensington is a beautiful and abundant area, with so much to see and do. It is an ideal and sought after area to settle, as well as providing a rich cultural history due to some of the biggest and greatest museums in London.
Why Media’s office on Hanover Square is located only within a 20 minutes drive from Kensington. The international creative agency Why Media prides itself on providing excellent services in all the areas of marketing, branding, PR advertising, website design, development & management along with photography and videography services in Kensington.
A much loved local classic is Maggie Jones. It has a comforting aura and a familiar British menu that is greatly loved and profoundly recommended. Zaika is in a prime location with a view over Kensington gardens and offers modern Indian dishes in a stunning dining area.
The High Street Kensington offer a variety of shopping options, from highstreet classics to luxury top end brands, there is something for everyone. The famous Harrods is also situated in the area and is thought of as a must-see.
Kensington is also known to be a very desirable area due to a variety of green spaces, with the most popular one being Kensington Gardens.Kensington Gardens is one of London’s Royal Parks and offers 265 acres of parkland. For a morning jog or evening stroll, the gardens are an excellent way to get some respite from the bustling city life.
Within the area there are multiple good state primary schools. These include, Fox Primary School and St Barnabas and St Philip's CofE Primary School. Hawkesdown House offers education to boys and girls up to the age of 11 and is an independent school. Transitioning into secondary education, Holland Park School is an academy with a great reputation, and has a modern building and excellent facilities.
The housing market in Kensington is the definition of luxury. Semi detached houses, trendy apartments and beautiful townhouses make the area loved by money and a desired place to live by many.
Kensington is brimming with transport links. The area has 13 Underground stations, and the Circle, District, Central, Piccadilly and Hammersmith and City Lines all running through the borough.Furthermore with regards to buses The Royal Borough is served by over 30 bus routes, enabling passengers to travel extensively within Kensington and Chelsea and further afield. The entire bus network is now fully wheelchair accessible. Moreover, looking at overground services The West London Line runs along the western boundary with stations at Kensington Olympia and West Brompton. Shepherd’s Bush and Imperial Wharf stations are nearby.
Prince William and Kate Middleton currently live in Kensington.
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