Geographical Boundaries:

The Bradley neighbourhood is bound by Commissioners Road (North), Old Victoria Road (East), Highway 401 (South) and Jackson Road (West).

Mel's Insights:

The Bradley neighbourhod is mostly undeveloped, at least in relation to what is typical of a city type 'neighbourhood' or area. Bradley consists mainly of farms and some industrial zones. London, Ontario is making pizza, people! The (relatively new) Dr. Oetker Pizza Factory and the Original Cakerie are both located in this area. You can see them when you drive along Veteran's Memorial Parkway on your way to the 401.

This is home to the east end's very own loop road. Are you jealous? You should be! The triple threat of Veteran's, the 401 and the 402 gives east end communities easy access to the south and south west of the city, meaning we can shop in the Bostwick area with ease. No awful traffic congestion moving from the east to the west of the city for us! Bradley Avenue, itself, is an excellent corridor to travel from the east end to the White Oaks area, along which you will find a farm or two selling eggs, corn and firewood. #handy Eventually, the area will see the expansion like the rest of the city, due to its convenient positioning, but for now, it serves as a nice quiet escape without having to sacrifice convenience.

CLICK HERE to check out the City of London's Neighbourhood Profile for a more in-depth look at the statistics of Bradley.

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