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On the 22nd March 1842, Charles Dickens wrote: I must take a cottage on Putney Heath or Richmond Green or some other wild and desolate place. He could not possibly have foreseen the changes which were about to take place. Indeed in the mid-nineteenth century, Putney was still a peaceful, unspoilt village far from the bustle and uproar of central London. With the opening of the railway line in 1846 Putney suddenly became more popular and local landowners and builders seized the opportunity to create new streets of houses and cottages.
The early years of the 20th century heralded a new burst of housing activity. In the late sixties and early seventies, the arrival of modern blocks of flats proves a great success attracting younger people to the area for the first time.