Your Guide to Southgate
Southgate is a suburban area of North London, England in the London Borough of Enfield. It is located around 8 miles north of Charing Cross. The name is derived from being the south gate to Enfield Chase. Southgate was predominantly developed in the 1930, In 1933 the North Circular Road was completed through Edmonton and Southgate. The London Underound was extended from Arnos Grove Station through to Southgate tube Station.
The Southgate Green conservation area contains several notable Grade II listed buildings such as Arnoside House and Essex House, Sandford House & Norbury House, Old House & Essex Coach House, 40 The Green and the Valentine Poole houses. The adjoining Cannon Hill features the early-18th century Arnos Grove House and the High Street features Southgate House.
Southgate is a London underground Piccadilly line Station. It connects to stations such as Heathrow airport, Leicester Square, Piccadilly circus, Uxbridge and connecting stations such as Kings Cross St Pancras.
Southgate Local Authority
Southgate is represented by Enfield Council which can be found by the following link www.enfield.gov.uk
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