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City of London Information 2001 Census:

West London Statistics

Map of West London

Kensington Heights, an early suburb of London, was surveyed on land owned by William and Samual Glass, respectively the sheriff and deputy sheriff of Middlesex County. Located in the neighbourhood of the present day Woodward Avenue and Riverside Drive, this area was annexed by the city in 1897. (London 200, pg 134)

Architectural Styles:

The school facilities listed show the schools located in the area. No assumption of automatic enrolment of your child into any particular facility is implied.  Parents must speak to the school board of interest for child enrollment.

Public Elementary:
Empress Public School
Woodland Heights Public School

Post Secondary Institutions
University of Western Ontario:
Fanshawe College

Oakridge Acres
Oakridge Meadows

Sports Facilities and Parks
Capulet Park
Proudfoot Park
Empress Ave Park
West Lions Park
Cavendish Park
Kensington Park

London Health Sciences
St. Joseph's Health Care:

London Transportation Commission Ride-Guide Map

Westtown Plaza


Children's Aid Society Receiving Centre
Salvation Army Bethesda Centre
Mt. Pleasant Cemetery
Oakland Cemetery