- Noak Hill
For other places with the same name, see Noak Hill (disambiguation).
Coordinates: 51°37′08″N 0°13′58″E / 51.6190°N 0.2327°E
Noak Hill shown within Greater London
OS grid reference TQ545935 London borough Havering Ceremonial county Greater London Region London Country England Sovereign state United Kingdom Post town ROMFORD Postcode district RM3, RM4 Dialling code 01708 Police Metropolitan Fire London Ambulance London EU Parliament London UK Parliament Hornchurch and Upminster London Assembly Havering and Redbridge List of places: UK • England • London
Noak Hill is a village in the London Borough of Havering. It is in the far north east of the borough close to the Greater London boundary which is locally the M25 motorway, situated on hilly terrain. The village consists of various period homes, many of which are listed, a 19th century church and scattered farms. It forms part of the Romford post town.
It is located immediately north of the post-war estate of Harold Hill and east of Havering-atte-Bower.
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