Bexley Removals is a term used to define the moving services provided within the Bexley areas of London. If you are looking for removal companies that serve the Bexley area then you have found the right removal company, Careful Removals UK’s moving services starts from 100 miles around London including areas within the Bexley borough, we serve the Bexley area and deliver to most of Europe.
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- House removals Bexley
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- Furniture removals in Bexley
- Junk Removal Services Bexley
- Bexley Recycle Services
- Bexley Business relocation
All You Need To Know About Bexley written by: Babajerry
Bexley is one of the thirty three boroughs of London and does incorporate a total of 1701 streets. Even though this borough is only a thirty minute train ride from Central London and is slightly more than twelve miles. Its proximity to Central London notwithstanding, Bexley does have 1500 acres of green parkland and open space.
Key Attraction Spots in Bexley
This borough is awash with sites and spots to fit virtually any taste. From the renowned Hall Place that’s set beside River Cray and does feature some well maintained and award winning gardens to the Lesnes Abbey which was built by the Chief Justice to Henry II, Richard de Lucy to the David Evans Silk Centre and Museum which provides a rich history of silk and also offers some hands-on demonstration of hand silk printing. Hall place is also a popular site, it is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and a Grade 1 Listed building which lies beside River Cray. It dates back to 1540 when it was built by the Lord Mayor of London then, Sir John Champneys. It currently houses a tourist information center and a museum for local artifacts.
Transport in and around Bexley
The principal roads through Bexley include the A206 which takes traffic from Dartford and Woolwich, the A207 which is the Watling Street Route, The A20 which marks the boroughs southern boundary and the A2 trunk road. The borough also prides itself in having a total of three suburban railway lines, the Dartford Loop line, the Bexleyheath line and the North Kent Line. It is worth noting that the borough still has no underground lines even though plans are underway to develop the same. The borough has 11 stations and several London bus routes, 28 day routes and 3 night routes. Most of the residents though do prefer to go to work driving with slightly around six percent using train, coach, bus or minibus.
Housing and Shelters
With a population of 232,000 as per the 2011 census, the average household size in Bexley is 2.49 and the number of households stood at 92600 by 2011. With 16% of the population being 65 years of age and 58% of the population being between the age of 20 and 64, the borough has a relatively active and lively population. A vast majority of this population are owner occupiers, 31.7% own their houses outright whereas 46.5% of the population own their houses with a mortgage. A paltry 2.2% live in local authority housing while 11.5% of the population has rented houses from registered landlords and housing associations.
Popular Venues and Events
The Crayford Greyhound stadium is one of the very few remaining greyhound racing stadiums in London and is therefore a popular venue for such races. For a weekend outing or for those who want to unwind a bit, the Abbey Wood Park is the ideal place for both adults and kids. The Danson Park is also another popular venue for those who are looking for some active recreation facilities and also for those who just want to take a quite walk around the place. The Crayside Leisure Centre is a state of the art centre which offers visitors lots of options; it’s a good venue for the entire family.