Quaker Street
London
E1 6SY

Phil Spencer's Property Report
Phil Spencer's Property Report

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Residents and Property Prices

Address Last sold Price Occupier info
Flat 1, 10, Quaker Street, Aldgate, London, E1 6SY 05 Feb 2018 £675,000 View Details
Flat 6, 10, Quaker Street, Aldgate, London, E1 6SY 21 Apr 2004 £308,950 View Details
Flat 11, 10, Quaker Street, Aldgate, London, E1 6SY 10 Apr 2012 £600,000 View Details
Flat 8, 10, Quaker Street, Aldgate, London, E1 6SY 02 Apr 2004 £270,000 View Details
Flat 4, 10, Quaker Street, Aldgate, London, E1 6SY 31 Aug 2012 £485,000 View Details
Flat 2, 10, Quaker Street, Aldgate, London, E1 6SY 13 Jan 2004 £250,000 View Details
Flat 7, 10, Quaker Street, Aldgate, London, E1 6SY 07 Mar 2014 £650,000 View Details
Flat 5, 10, Quaker Street, Aldgate, London, E1 6SY 26 Nov 2014 £635,000 View Details
Flat 9, 10, Quaker Street, Aldgate, London, E1 6SY 08 Mar 2004 £296,000 View Details
Flat 10, 10, Quaker Street, Aldgate, London, E1 6SY 30 Mar 2006 £413,000 View Details
Flat 3, 10, Quaker Street, Aldgate, London, E1 6SY 03 Nov 2017 £600,000 View Details

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Demographic Area Profile - CAMEO Summary

Area: E1 6SY
Area Type: Poorer Council Tenants Including Many Single Parents

The residents of this group typically occupy low quality terraces and small flats in cosmopolitan towns and suburbs. The majority rent social housing from the council or through housing associations, although some are struggling to pay a mortgage. Within these neighbourhoods live poorly paid office and manual workers. Educational attainment is very low and unemployment is the highest in the UK. These are generally family and single areas. They are typically credit hungry, striving to make ends meet and are often unable to meet repayments. These individuals more often than not read the tabloid press.