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Redbridge is a well-connected suburban location in north Ilford, situated at the junction of the Eastern Avenue and the North Circular Road.

Redbridge is a district of Ilford, located within the larger London Borough of Redbridge, with which it should not be confused.

There have been at least four bridges across the River Roding here. The earliest, known as Hockley’s Bridge after a medieval landowner, was standing in the 16th century. A red-brick bridge was built in 1642 and survived for two centuries, after which an iron bridge was erected in its place.

Red-brick terraced houses, now mostly pebble-dashed, were built here at the beginning of the 20th century using materials from the Ilford brickfields. Another spate of housebuilding followed the arrival of the Eastern Avenue in the mid-1920s, when the iron bridge was replaced by the present crossing.

Redbridge is a great place to raise your family, you have got excellent schools, green spaces and parks, great rail networks and easy access to the A406 and A12.  It is very family orientated and it is the people who make Redbridge such a satisfactory place to live, There is a lot going on. The people who live here have a good approach to life and encourage their families to move close by, which fosters a real sense of community. Whilst Redbridge doesn’t feel like London it is still easy to get to the city centre.

Redbridge station opened in 1947 on a new section of the Circle line, with platforms just 26 feet below road level. The arrival of the tube could have prompted further building beside the river but the land was protected from development. 

In 1965 the newly created London Borough of Redbridge united the borough of Wanstead and Woodford with the borough of Ilford. The two had formerly been separated by the River Roding and the new borough’s name was chosen because the bridge symbolised their connection.

Redbridge Underground Station
Header Photo Credit: Julian Walker


Redbridge Underground station is on Eastern Avenue in the Redbridge district of Ilford in East London, on the Hainault Loop of the Central line, in Zone 4.


Redbridge comes under the Ilford postcode of IG4 and contains roughly 3000 households.

The Leafy Suburb

Redbridge is also the name of the larger London borough of Redbridge. The borough is known as the 'leafy suburb', with one quarter of the borough covered by forest and green.

Valentines Park, London Borough of Redbridge - Ewan Munro

Green Space

Wanstead Park’s 140 acres of woodland are grade II listed and has been managed by the City of London Corporation since 1881. Although situated within the Redbridge, it is not owned by Redbridge Council. Part of Epping Forest and formerly the site of the historical Wanstead House, Wanstead Park retains a small number of original remains from the impressive 18th century mansion.

Valentines Park is our premiere award winning park. It has been given a Green Flag Award. The park was originally the parkland to Valentines Mansion and Gardens. The multi-use games area installation was part funded by the Football Foundation and the Council’s Olympic Legacy Fund.


Schools in Redbridge fall under the Redbridge Local Education Authority. 

Redbridge Primary School has received the outstanding rating from Ofsted. Highlands Primary School also has an Outstanding rating. Cranbrook Primary School is rated Good.

Beal High School is the popular choice when it comes to schools with over 30% of students in Redbridge going to the outstanding rated school. Valentines High School is a co-ed secondary school and sixth form with an Outstanding rating. Wanstead High School, formerly Wanstead County High School, is a co-educational,  secondary school in nearby Wanstead with a good rating.

Beehive Preparatory School is an Independent School No Rating Available

Beal High School Credit: The wub

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