Bromley Removals is a term used to define the moving services provided within the Bromley areas of London. If you are looking for removal companies that serve the Bromley 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 Bromley borough, we serve the Bromley area and deliver to most of Europe.
Here are the list of services delivered:
- House removals Bromley
- Office removals in Bromley
- Furniture removals in Bromley
- Junk Removal Services Bromley
- Bromley Recycle Services
- Bromley Business relocation
Bromley is London’s largest borough. It covers about 59 square miles and most of its residents live in the west and north. This borough is close to Croydon, Bexley, Lambeth, Southwark, Greenwich and Lewisham boroughs. Nearly 30% of the area is farmland and this makes it the largest countryside among all the London boroughs. Most of the Bromley residents moved to the area in search of great schools for their children. The many green spaces in the borough also attract a large number of people to the area. There are several other aspects that have made this part of London popular.
This is one of the few London boroughs that do not have a single underground station within their boundaries. But residents can get to other parts of London through several railways stations. Some of the railway stations in Bromley include:
- Petts Wood
- Elmstead Woods
- Bronley North
- Crystal Palace
- Bromley South
These stations are served by the London Southern, Southeastern, and Overground. Bromley also has many stops on the Tramlink network including Elemers End, Avenue Road, Birkbeck, Beckenham Road, and Beckenham Junction.
Bromley hosts several events throughout the year. In June, this borough hosts the Biggin Hill Air fair at the Bigggin Hill Airport. This is one of the most prominent airfields in Britain because of its role in the Battle of Britain. Crystal Palace Park, which is home to the biggest maze in London, is found in this borough. Crystal Palace Bowl is also found in Bromley and this is a popular venue for summer concerts such as the Best of Last Night of the Proms and the Bank Holiday firework extravaganza that happens in August.
Bromley is also home to the Churchill Theatre. This is one of the most popular attractions in this borough. This theatre is designed to accommodate more than 700 people. It has been open since 1977 and has staged several high profile performances including plays.
Bromley has a mixture of new and old buildings. Most of the roads in this borough have both blocks of flats and houses. Most of the residents in Bromley are owner-occupiers. About 32.5% of the residents own their homes outright while an additional 42% own homes with mortgages. Only a small percentage of the Bromley population lives in local authority housing. About 12% of Bromley resident rent homes from social landlords and housing associations. One of the things you will notice in the neighborhoods is the presence of flowers especially on the roundabouts and sides of the roads.
Bromley has several locations spread across the borough for various activities including celebrations, concerts, training courses, civil marriages, conferences, civil partnerships, and filming. The best facilities for training and conferences include the Education Development Centre, Bromley Central Library Halls, and Bromley Environmental Education Center at High Elms (BEECHE). There are several civic halls in the borough including Beckenham Public Hall, Crofton Halls, and the Great Hall.
You can find short-term or long-term storage facilities in Bromley. Some of the storage options include Safestore Self Storage Crystal Palace and Access Self Storage Orpington.