New Bond Street
London
W1S 3SX

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Refuge House, 13-14, New Bond Street, West Central, London, W1S 3SX View Details
13-14, New Bond Street, West Central, London, W1S 3SX View Details
4th Floor, 13-14, New Bond Street, West Central, London, W1S 3SX View Details

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Premier Tutors

13-14, New Bond Street, West Central, London, W1S 3SX
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De Grisogonon - Jewellery Retail Sale of

14a, New Bond Street, West Central, London, W1S 3SX
T: 020 7499 2225
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Wroslyn Road Management Limited - Business Services

13-14, New Bond Street, West Central, London, W1S 3SX
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Stockport Management Limited

13-14, New Bond Street, West Central, London, W1S 3SX
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Bolina Road (i) Management Limited - Business Services

13-14, New Bond Street, West Central, London, W1S 3SX
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Dukes Education Ltd - Secondary Schools (Local Authority)

13-14, New Bond Street, West Central, London, W1S 3SX
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Adler Jewellers Ltd - Jewellery Retail Sale of

13-14, New Bond Street, West Central, London, W1S 3SX
T: 020 7409 2237
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Adler - Jewellery Retail Sale of

13-14, New Bond Street, West Central, London, W1S 3SX
T: 020 7409 2237
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De Grisogono - Jewellery Retail Sale of

14a, New Bond Street, West Central, London, W1S 3SX
T: 020 7499 2225
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Demographic Area Profile - CAMEO Summary

Area: W1S 3SX
Area Type: Affluent Singles & Couples In Exclusive Urban Neighbourhoods

Located in fashionable city and suburban areas, these affluent neighbourhoods are characterised by pre and post-family couples and singles. These residents live in small but expensive flats and terraces which they typically rent or mortgage, although some are wholly owned. Highly qualified, they represent the highest proportion of company directors in the UK. Others are employed in professional and white collar occupations in the service, IT and financial sectors. They frequently use the internet and read the quality press. They are active investors with a lower than average credit risk.