Who lives in Ladbroke Grove W10?
Ladbroke Grove is what you might call a maturing area. A few years ago it was the more affordable alternative to the more desirable areas nearby, such as Notting Hill and Portobello Road. Younger people moved into it. They liked the area and some of them have stayed put. At this point 30 to 44s make up about a third of the population, with 18 to 29s and 45 to 59s being about a fifth each. This leaves the under 18s and the 60+ at about a quarter each. Under a fifth of homes have children. Almost three-quarters are either one-person households or couples without children. Ladbroke Grove also has a sprinkling of multi-adult households.
Almost two thirds of local residents class themselves as associate professionals, professionals, managers or directors but income is only marginally higher than London average. Ladbroke Grove is another area where you need to look beyond the headline statistics. Some parts of it are already very affluent. Some parts are still developing. Because of this a cost effective leaflet delivery campaign in Ladbroke Grove needs to target the right parts of the area. Famous residents past and present include the Ladbroke family (after whom the area takes its name) and Michael Moorcock.
What is the character of Ladbroke Grove?
Up until relatively recently, Ladbroke Grove was, if not the poor relation of the nearby areas, then at least the more affordable option, particularly for younger people. The area still has a strong afro-Caribbean community as it spent many years essentially as an overspill for Notting Hill. It also has a noticeable Eastern European community. Over recent years, Ladbroke Grove has steadily grown more affluent and seems set to continue that way. Geographically it arguably enjoys the best of London.
It is close to the centre of town but also close to Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, which meaning that residents have plenty of open spaces to enjoy. There are excellent transport links into London's key business districts and the short distance to Paddington station opens up plenty of longer-distance transport options, including the Heathrow Express.
How can you help me with leaflet distribution in Ladbroke Grove W10 ?
The key to cost effective leaflet delivery in Ladbroke Grove is to remember that this is an area of contrasts. Realistically speaking undertaking leaflet distribution throughout Ladbroke Grove is going to waste a lot of money and time. That's why our TPP proprietary maps focus on the relevant areas and only those areas.
We are very proud of our maps and work hard to keep them up to date. Much as we love both Google maps and the trusty London A to Z, the only way to keep track of local life is to head out to local streets and see what is going on. London is always changing and Ladbroke Grove in particular is in a continual state of (re)development at the moment. This means that the only way to ensure that you reach all the right customers and only the right customers is to keep a very sharp eye on what is happening locally in the Ladbroke Grove area.
Of course having a great map is only part of the story. The other part is making sure that your leaflets actually do arrive in every house in perfect condition. Our professional operatives take the time and make the effort to climb up the numerous flights of stairs in Ladbroke Grove and are trained in the TPP perfect-delivery technique, which ensures that each and every leaflet arrives in pristine condition.
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