The London Borough of Sutton () is a London borough in South West London, England and forms part of Outer London. It covers an area of and is the 80th largest local authority in England by population. It is one of the southernmost boroughs of London. It is south of the London Borough of Merton, west of the London Borough of Croydon and east of the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames. The local authority is Sutton London Borough Council.
Its principal town is the eponymous Sutton. The Borough has some of the schools with the best results in the country. A Trust for London and New Policy Institute report on levels of poverty throughout Greater London described Sutton as “not especially deprived, but not as prosperous as places such as Richmond or Kingston.” It noted that Sutton had the highest rate in London of pupils achieving 5 A* – C GCSEs.
In December 2014 Sutton was described by a senior Government official as the most “normal place in Britain”. In connection with this, the leader of Sutton Council described the borough as “quietly brilliant”, and noted that 91% of residents say it is “a great place to live”. Low levels of recorded crime are a feature of the borough, being among the lowest in London. An Ipsos MORI poll in 2014 found that 97% of residents felt safe in the borough during the day, and 71% felt safe at night, a higher figure than in 2011.
The 2014 Family Hotspots Report, on the best places in England and Wales for families to live, placed three areas within the borough among the top 10 places in London. The areas were identified as postcodes SM1, SM2 (Sutton town) and SM3 (Cheam). It was shown in a national detailed Land Use Survey by the Office for National Statistics in 2005 that the London Borough of Sutton had the highest proportion of land taken up by gardens, 35.1%, of any district in England; this compared with the London Borough of Harrow and Bournemouth, second and third greatest respectively. The London Borough of Sutton was one of the four “vanguard areas” selected in 2010 for the Big Society initiative.
Forest & Ray provides dental services not far from Sutton. Our friendly staff will be happy to offer advice and schedule an appointment for a consultation with one of our dentists.
At Forest & Ray, the goal of dentistry is to conserve, regenerate, and protect teeth. So they can continue to perform their vital aim of helping bite and chewing food, contributing to a beautiful appearance, and supporting with speech for as long as possible.
A wonderful smile is a result of accomplishment and self-confidence. Located in Central London, Forest & Ray is a dental clinic that provides a comprehensive list of services (essentially everything). Same-day appointments, seven days a week, and reasonable costs.
At Forest & Ray, we ensure to serve you the best we know. We promise painless treatments and a qualified team, regardless of age or condition. Do not hesitate to call us if you believe you require tooth extraction.
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