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1986 Palmers Green-Housing

 The average cost of housing in Palmers
 Green 1985 is £58,500 and £41,250 for 
 flats. The demand for houses is       
 greater than for flats. Lindsey       
 Court,Crestbrook Place,Hertford Court 
 and Pellipar Close are all private    
 blocks of flats off Green Lanes. In   
 Pellipar Close there are about 15     
 private Old People's Homes which are  
 looked after by a warden. In Glebe    
 Court, behind St.John's Church there  
 are a few old people's flats which are
 run by a Trust and looked after by a  
 warden. The Neighbourhood Care is a   
 voluntary service run to look after   
 old people who live in their own      
 homes.                                
 Houses in this area date from the     
 1920's. The latest developments 6years
 ago in Hoppers Rd. Most houses are    
 owner occupied and consist of         
 5/6rooms, bathroom and kitchen.       
 

Map of the area

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