For instance if you work near Tottenham Court Road Station which is on the Northern and Central lines, then you might want to live somewhere with a station on either the Northern line or the Central Lines. Their different communities and faiths are spread all over London in areas such as Southall, Hounslow, Wembley, Harrow, Watford, Ilford, Tooting and Croydon.
Residential areas on the Northern line – Clapham, Balham, Kennington, East Finchley and Camden. For more information, please read this article on where Indian people live in London.
Graduates live in London in pretty much the same areas that young professionals do as above.
10 other areas that you might find either young professionals or graduates in include Forest Hill, Muswell Hill, Greenwich, Putney, Shoreditch, Highbury, Kennington, Battersea, Wandsworth and Docklands (for instance Limehouse).
To find out more about the residential areas next to each of these parks, please read our Living in London – 10 Great Parks to Live Near article. You may have read in the papers that bankers earn big salaries, so often they can afford to live quite near Central London.