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Local area overview

Belgravia today is London at its most elegant with its grand Regency properties, immaculately maintained streets, beautiful gardens, open spaces and secluded mews. It nurtures a thriving culture of its own and combines international names in retail, hotels and restaurants while at the same time being home to local delis, bars and corner shops.

The district is roughly bounded by Knightsbridge to the north, Buckingham Palace to the east and Pimlico and Sloane Street to the south and west.

Even though you are only a few minutes walk from the luxury shops of Knightsbridge and the designer heaven of Sloane Street, the area does not allow a glut of retail outlets. The shopping streets that do exist include the charming Motcomb Street and Elizabeth Street, which are both hosts to much-loved annual summer street parties.

Belgravia is not decimated by busy office buildings which helps to maintain the genteel nature of the area.

This area falls within the remit of the City of Westminster Council. Use this link to access invaluable information on the local area and council services including business, education and leisure:


If required, local schools include:


Burdett-Coutts and Townsend Foundation CofE Primary School

Churchill Gardens Community Primary School

Millbank Primary School

St Gabriel’s CofE Primary School

St Matthew’s School, Westminster

St Peter’s Eaton Square CofE Primary School

St Vincent de Paul RC Primary School

Westminster Cathedral RC Primary School


Pimlico Academy

The Grey Coat Hospital

Westminster City School

Westminster School (Ind)

For in depth information, including league tables, take a look at this link to the Department for Education:


The area also borders the Kensington and Chelsea Borough Council area, so the link below may be useful to you to seek out further leisure and amenities nearby: