Loxford

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Loxford
Loxford is located in Greater London
Loxford
Loxford
 Loxford shown within Greater London
OS grid reference TQ444852
London borough Redbridge
Ceremonial county Greater London
Region London
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town ILFORD
Postcode district IG1
Dialling code 020
Police Metropolitan
Fire London
Ambulance London
EU Parliament London
London Assembly Havering and Redbridge
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UK
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Coordinates: 51°32′53″N 0°04′55″E / 51.54807°N 0.08184°E / 51.54807; 0.08184

Loxford is a district of Ilford in the London Borough of Redbridge in north-east London, UK. It is a built-up, multi-ethnic locality.

History[edit]

The medieval manor of Loxford was in the possession of Barking Abbey and in 1319 the Abbess of Barking was licensed to fell oaks in Hainault Forest to rebuild her house here after a fire. The present Loxford Hall dates from about 1830 and was enlarged around 1860. The terraced street plan of the Loxford Hall estate was laid out at the end of the nineteenth century as one of a cluster of developments that filled southern Ilford with relatively small and cheap houses. The first Loxford schools were opened in 1904. Loxford School of Science and Technology is a new building replacing a secondary school. The Loxford Practice at the Loxford Polyclinic - the first purpose-built - opened in 2009. It is the location of Loxford Water, a tributary of the River Roding that forms the northern boundary of Barking Park. Loxford Hall now serves as a child and family consultation centre for the North East London Mental Health Trust. Loxford's main ethnic groups are white, Pakistani and Indian. Ilford Lane has heavy South Asian influences.

Location[edit]

Loxford is located between Ilford to the north and Barking to the south. Ilford Lane (A123 road) is the only main road in the area.


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