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Helping you find a career in Westminster

Westminster is the busy government district in London and lies on the North of the River Thames. The area is home to an abundance of historical architecture, from Big Ben to Westminster Abbey. Right at the heart of the UK’s capital Westminster is an exciting area for a graduate to settle in.

Transport links
Being in the heart of London, Westminster has an abundance of transport links. The London City airport is just a 40 minute tube and Docklands Light Railway ride from Westminster.

The London Underground provides links to the rest of London and the outside.

If you prefer to travel by bus, this network is just as regular.

From Westminster there are connections to main Rail stations such as Waterloo, providing direct links to other parts of the country.

London is renowned for its abundance of on-road cycle lanes and is encouraged to ease congestion and pollution.
Renting Prices
The average rent for a one bedroom property in Westminster is £3,216 per calendar month (pcm).

The average rent for a room in the city is £995 pcm, for a flat is £5,092 pcm, and for a house £9,748 pcm.
Set in the heart of the capital, Westminster has everything a graduate could possibly want from a night out. In addition to its endless number of restaurants, clubs, pubs and bars, the area is also close to the rest of the city's major attractions. The West End is only 4 minutes by tube and here visitors can see world-famous shows like Chicago, The Lion King and The Mousetrap.
Notable Attractions
Westminster is well-known for its historical attractions. Westminster Palace, Abbey, Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace. A boat tour on the River Thames is well worth a trip, ending in Greenwich where you can climb the hill in Greenwich Park fro amazing views of the city. Alternatively a trip to the The West End to see a world-famous show is a great day out.
The economy in Westminster
The district is the economic and government centre of the country. As a result there are opportunities for businesses and entrepreneurs. Many companies are based in this area. The district also draws a lot of revenue from the tourist trade.

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