I happened to have a (real, live, proper working) foxhound in London a couple of years ago. At about 10pm, we viewed a fox away down Crimscott street. After a short hunt when it went through Access storage, through City Link couriers and into the Post Office, we finally had it cornered but inaccessible in the back of the Post Office, on Mandela Way.
There are many around. There's a pack of 3 or 4 at night at the park behind the big concrete block of car parks near Guy's Hospital, or you might see one lonely fox along Morroco Street. It's so nice to see some animals here. I missed the squirrels (though some around in Leathermarket Garden), the local with their big pastoral dogs and mainecoon cats, and the foxes from the nearby Heath. I used to have squirrels pressing their sorry faces onto my balcony door looking for nuts! The neighbour's mainecoon cat would lie on top of their car every evening. I missed them all and especially the largest cherry blossom tree I have ever seen at Primrose Gardens NW3. If anyone is going to Belsize Park in the next few weeks, Primrose Gardens is less than 5 mins from the tube station and the tree should be at its best.
A fox climbed the scaffolding that is currently surrounding the building I live in on Tennis Street recently. We think she gave birth to a fox cub that was born in the block of flats, on the 4th floor. The RSPCA were called two weeks ago to catch the cub and release it back to ground level!
there are loads around Henley Drive in our communal gardens. they used to only come out at night, but the young ones are out all through the day aswell now, chasing pidgeons and squirrels, and looking cute.