London’s East End is as culturally and historically rich a place as they come. Typically less expensive to live in than West London, this part of the city nonetheless has a great deal to offer. It is a place that is experiencing massive grown and regeneration, with areas like the Docklands becoming new centres of shopping, dining, and entertainment getting accommodation to match. While you can find Georgian and Victorian houses that survived the war, it is often the warehouse conversions and new builds that people think of when they consider moving to East London. With amenities like Victoria Park, good transport links, a Westfield shopping centre, and general revitalisation efforts, the relatively affordable housing in East London may turn out to be a bigger bargain than you anticipated.