Of the French-born people recorded by the 2011 census, 66,654 (48.4 per cent) lived in Greater London and 22,584 (16.4 per cent) in South East England. Within London, particular concentrations were recorded in the boroughs of Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster and Hammersmith and Fulham.
Where do French people hang out in London?
London has a long-standing French community - but it is no longer confined to the streets around the embassy in South Kensington, where you will find French bookshops, patisseries and pavement cafes patronised by impeccably dressed mothers dropping off their children at the posh Lycee Francais Charles de Gaulle.
What is the French population of London?
250,000 French people Johnson says there are 250,000 French people in London. Other British estimates say 300,000-400,000. The figure that is quoted most often is 300,000 which is attributed to the French consulate in London.
How many British Paris are there?
There are over 200,000 British expats living in France, with the Ile-de-France region, which includes Paris, being the most popular place for them to live, with over 20,000 Brits residing there.
Is French spoken in London?
Over 250 languages are spoken in London, making the capital the most linguistically diverse city in the world. In a survey of 850,000 children in London schools the question about first language spoken at home was asked .LanguageFrenchApprox total5,600LanguageRussianApprox total70019 more columns
Is there a London in France?
London is a small agricultural village in the commune of Savigny-sur-Seille in the Arrondissement of Louhans in Saône-et-Loire, Burgundy, France. 80 kilometres (50 mi) south of Dijon, the D206 road goes through the village.