Bexley is a London borough that lies in the easternmost parts of the English capital. It was formed in 1965 and spans over an area of 23.38 square miles. The borough has an estimate population of 245.000 people and a density rate of 10.000 people per square mile. The area lies in the DA and SE postcode districts. It is home to numerous well-known neighbourhood as well as internationally famous buildings, parklands, entertainment venues, educational facilities and monuments.

Colyers a calm neighbourhood in Bexley

Colyers is an area that is situated in the northern parts of the Borough of Bexley. According to the last census, it is home to a population of 11.000 people but demographic experts believe that the number will grow in the upcoming years as more and more people are moving to the neighbourhood. Newcomers can easily relocate by using the high quality home removal services in Colyers, DA8, of the Domestic Move. By delegating their moves to professional man and van contractors, people have the comfort that all their possessions will be packed with top-notch shielding products and will be brought to them quickly and safely with the aid of fully equipped Lorries and Lutons. The area is connected to the other parts of the city by several bus routes that pass through it frequently. The closes rail link is located in the adjacent district of Barnehurst and according to the latest statistics provides transportation services to over 1.7 million people annually.

Five Arches Bridge in Foots Cray Meadows

The district of Foots Cray lies on the southern border of the borough. The area was once the location of the beautiful Foots Cray Place, a mid-18th century manor house that was severely damaged by fire in 1949 and demolished one year later. Today, only the stable block of the estate remain intact. It former grounds are currently a prominent local parkland known as Foots Cray Meadows. The park spans over 89 hectares of lush green lands and is classified as a Local Nature Reserve and a Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation. It has also been awarded the Green Flag Award. Foots Cray is home to a large Coca-Cola Company manufacturing and bottling plant. The facility was opened during the early 1960s and presently employs over 360 people.

William Cory Promenade in ErithErith is a town sits in the northern parts of Bexley next to the River Thames. It has a population of about 70.000 people, which makes it one of the most populous districts in the borough. The Erith Playhouse is unequivocally the most famous landmark in the area. The entertainment venue was opened in 1913 as a cinema and was converted into a theatre during the late 1940s. As of date, it is the largest playhouse in the Borough of Bexley. Throughout the years, the town has been the home of numerous notable people, such as:

  • Jazz pianist Ronnie Aldrich
  • Poet William Auld
  • Novelist Elaine Everest
  • Footballer Sam Saunders
  • Businessman Denis Thatcher (husband of former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher)
  • Engineer Anthony Reckenzaun
  • Violinist Percy Hilder Miles

The town is a highly desirable residential district and this is proven by the fact that numerous people have move to it during the last several years. Relocating to the area is easy as it is covered by Domestic Move that are renowned for providing affordable home removal services in Erith, DA8. By using the assistance of professional movers, newcomers can have their items brought to them more quickly, which ultimately gives them more time to acclimate to their new surroundings.

Top-schools in Falconwood

The area of Falconwood lies on the western boundary of the Borough of Bexley and has a population of almost 11.000 people. The district is home to several acclaimed schools, including the Harris Academy Falconwood. Founded in 2008, it is a coeducational facility that currently provides secondary education to an estimate of 800 pupils from the ages of 11 to 18. The area is served by its own railway station, which dates back to the mid-1930s. The transportation hub sits on the Bexley        heath Line and the Victoria-Dartford Line from the national rail network. It is used by over 1.1 million people on a yearly basis. Aside of the station, Falconwood is also connected to the other parts of London by four bus routes.