We love clearing junk in your area, its what we do. Forest Hill, located in the London borough of Lewisham is very much a suburban area, covering what was originally the Great North Wood, an natural Oak forest that covered a large part of south London. The area is varied in it’s style and aesthetic, a combination of modern residential developments and terraces along with a select few art deco and arts and crafts architectural interventions. Forest Hill also is home to the famous Horseman Museum, which, amongst other things, displays a large aquarium as well as an extensive collection of taxidermy.
As well as rubbish collection we love the history about this area. Give us a call for a free quote and get your waste collected promptly by our smart uniform team. We doing all the loading so you don’t have too and we are much cheaper thank skip hire.
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Forest Hill - Like many London suburbs, Forest Hill was only sparsely populated until the mid-19th century. The name Forest Hill came from 'the forest with a big hill', which was coined by a developer in the 1790s, and referred to the remaining area of Forest on Sydenham Hill which was originally part of the Great North Wood.
A canal, the Croydon Canal, was constructed through the area in 1809 but the large number of locks (28) meant it was not a commercial success, and it was bought by the London & Croydon Railway Company who constructed their railway along the same route, opening it in 1839. The retaining wall of the footpath opposite the station outside the pub is about the only physical evidence of the canal which still exists