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Kings Langley Historical Note:
Kings Langley is a suburb of Sydney located 39 kilometres west of Sydney’s CBD.
Early settler Matthew Pearce (1762-1831) called his 160-acre (53 ha) grant after King’s Langley Manor House in Hertfordshire, England, where he was said to have been born. Pearce’s grant was situated on the opposite side of the Old Windsor Road to the present day suburb of Kings Langley. A housing scheme used the name in the 1970s and it was recognised as a ‘neighbourhood’ in 1976 and assigned as a ‘suburb’ in 1987.
Kings Langley at the 2006 Census had a resident population of 9,213 of which 25.9% were overseas born. Unemployment in the 2006 Census was recorded at 3.2% and median family income was $1,743 per week compared to the Australian average of $1,171.