Epsom & Ewell
Epsom & Ewell is the smallest of all Surrey boroughs in terms of total population and geographical area, but is the most densely populated. The borough is at a range of elevations, scaling the lower slopes of the North Downs and drains into a large stream which springs above the surface in Ewell (the Hogsmill River) and feeds into the Thames at Kingston.
The borough is surrounded by green belt with Nonsuch Park to the East, Epsom Downs, home to Epsom Racecourse, venue for the Derby and area of outstanding natural beauty, to the South-East, Epsom and Ashtead Commons to the SouthWest and Horton Country Park and Chessington woodland to the West. Epsom Common is considered the largest local nature reserve in Surrey, over 56% of the area is green land.
It is bordered by the London Boroughs of Kingstonupon-Thames and Sutton and the Surrey districts of Mole Valley and Reigate & Banstead. Transport infrastructure is good, allowing easy ingress and egress by road (A24, A240 and A232) and rail. A main line railway service to and from central London (Waterloo and Victoria) services Stoneleigh, Ewell and Epsom. There are five railway stations in the Borough; Epsom, Ewell East, Ewell West, Stoneleigh and Epsom Downs with Tattenham Corner station on the boundary with Reigate & Banstead. In addition, the M25 and A3 are easily accessible, with central London less than 30 minutes by train. Also, both London Heathrow and Gatwick airports are located close by.
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