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Bexleyheath and Barnehurst are both areas of the London Borough of Bexley. Bexleyheath is a major suburban district in the London Borough of Bexley and is situated in the south east of London. The area is recognized as one of the thirty five major centres of Greater London. The area of Bexleyheath was once made up purely of just a few buildings and empty land up until the early 19th century. During the 19th century the Red House was designed for the artist and socialist William Morris, as he wanted to have a ‘palace of art’ in which he and his friends could enjoy producing their fabulous works of art. The Red House is situated on the western edge of the hamlet of Upton before it became developed as a London suburb. The building is now classed as a Grade I building and was also where William Morris lived with his wife and two daughters for five years until he was forced to sell the house due to financial problems. Bexleyheath was a part of Kent up until the London County Council was extended in the 1960’s. The area of the DA7 postcode district is made up mainly of semi-detached houses and a few bungalows which are situated close by to the railways station.
Barnehurst is a town located in the London Borough of Bexley in the south east of London. The town is situated around thirteen miles south east of Charing Cross. Up until the late 19th century, Barnehurst was less developed and was not yet a town. However, Barnehurst became a town after 1881 when land was sold so that the Bexleyheath loop line could be built between Dartford and Lewisham. Barnehurst railway station shares one thing in common with many other London suburb railway stations and that is that it was built to encourage property developments in the area. One of the main and most well known landmarks in the town is the Red Barn pub, which s situated to the west of the railways station. The pub was very important for the area’s survival of jazz music, especially after the Second World War. One of the oldest residential estates in the area is the Barnehurst Estate which was built in 1926, roughly thirty years after the opening of the railway station which opened in 1895.
Don’t let your DA7 move worry you any longer no matter what type of relocation you are in the process of dealing with. Man and Van guarantees that your business will not suffer any business downtime as a result of your relocation with us, neither will you feel unsettled or be living out of boxes whilst your move is being sorted. We arrange a date and time for your move from the very early stages of when you get in touch with us, so that you always know where you are at all times. As soon as you have got in touch with us and arranged a date and time for your DA7 relocation with us, you will then need to reserve a parking space for our removals vehicle for when we come to your property to move you. You can easily find out more information on parking permits and reserving a parking space in your area by simply checking out the London Borough of Bexley’s site