Is Poplar in London safe?
Poplar has a high violent crime rate and an above average property crime rate for London.
What kind of area is Poplar?
Poplar is an area of the East End of London in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Poplar is about 5.5 miles (8.9 km) east of Charing Cross. The nearest Docklands Light Railway stations are All Saints, Blackwall, East India, Langdon Park, Poplar and West India Quay.
Is Whitechapel rough?
Is Whitechapel safe? The area has become fairly trendy over the past decade or so and it is much safer than many tourists (the ones who still think its 1880’s in London) tend to believe. Some buildings might look a little rough and grubby, at times and that might contribute to the perceived lack of safety.
Is Peckham safe?
Historically Peckham didn’t have the best reputation for safety, but this is largely outdated now. The regeneration of the area has contributed greatly to lowered crime rates and increased safety. Few tourists make it out as far as Peckham and so there’s little to no petty crime.
Is Brick Lane safe to live?
Brick Lane itself is perfectly safe at day and at night (if you’re wandering down side streets at night stick to the Commercial Road side, don’t go towards the council estate on the other side).