London is not only the nation’s capital, it’s also one of the world’s most important global cities. Indeed, it ranks 26th out of the top 300 cities for economic performance.
As a leading investment destination for international companies, it’s third-biggest population of any city in Europe stands close to nine million people.
Within London, Westminster also holds city status, while areas of Greater London are additionally part of the counties of Middlesex, Kent, Surrey, Essex and Hertfordshire.
Some 33 principal divisions make up the capital, with only the city of London not classed as a borough, but the primary business district of the city.
Greater London homes these 32 boroughs, which covers an area of a whopping 607 square miles and is a metropolis of commercial activity.
Area opportunities and Key Stats
With such an expansive geographical area to choose from, finding families who need extra help, for their children, is far from difficult in the capital. There’s an almost limitless amount of locations, where franchises can be established, that make the city rich with opportunity for tutoring agencies.
Every London borough contains a plethora of residential suburbs that are highly populated, where community members can thrive in business. The majority of primary and secondary schools in the city are either controlled by these boroughs or state-funded, plus there are many private schools and colleges.
Educational institutions and services are thriving in London, where in-home and online tutoring can play a key role, as one of the UK’s major growth industries.
Franchise Type: New
Cost of Investment: £15,000 plus VAT
Population of region: 30,000 children of tutoring age in each catchment area.
The sale includes: Five-year franchise agreement
Please note approximate figures and franchise fees are determined by the population in postcode areas.
Prime territories in these London Boroughs are still available:
Population > 350,000
Population > 300,000
- Tower Hamlets
Population > 250,000
- City of Westminster
- Waltham Forest
Population > 200,000
- Barking and Dagenham
Population > 150,000 to 199,000
- Hammersmith and Fulham
- Kensington and Chelsea
- Kingston upon Thames
- Richmond upon Thames
Remaining principal division
- City of London