Inner London

Inner London is a term used for administrative purposes term for the central regions of Greater London.

Inner London comprises the following municipalities: Camden, City of London, City of Westminster, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea, Lambeth, Lewisham, Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth. Live in this area, according to an estimate from 2009, 3.061 million people.

These districts were from 1889 to 1965, ie until the establishment of the administrative area Greater London, the old County of London ( London County ).

The National Statistical Office of Great Britain used this term too, but the boundaries have shifted somewhat. It is one of Haringey and Newham also to Inner London, but not Greenwich. Also, Eurostat, the European statistics agency, uses this classification.

In general, phone numbers have in Inner London in the form of 020- 7xxx xxxx, while numbers in Outer London the form 020- 8xxx xxxx have.

Barking and Dagenham | Barnet | Bexley | Brent | Bromley | Camden | City of London | City of Westminster | Croydon | Ealing | Enfield | Greenwich | Hackney | Hammersmith and Fulham | Haringey | Harrow | Havering | Hillingdon | Hounslow | Islington | Kensington and Chelsea | Kingston | Lambeth | Lewisham | Merton | Newham | Redbridge | Richmond | Southwark | Sutton | Tower Hamlets | Waltham Forest | Wandsworth Other classification: Greater London | Inner London | Outer London | County of London

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