We offer an on demand rubbish clearance service in your area. Known historically for its healing waters found in naturally occurring wells and springs, Streatham is now known as a lively area and to some known as the ‘west end for the south’. The streatham high road contains a multitude of pubs, clubs, bars and restaurants - offering a mixture of chain brands and independent quirky nights out. In the summer the area hosts a festival dedicated to the arts, and include lively performances, and offerings in photography, music and food. The local community is close knit, overseeing a locality that is known for it’s beautiful parks and stunning red brick terrace and detached houses.
Our uniformed friendly team will arrive at a time that suits you, so if you need to make space in your office or need your property cleared we can help. Our on demand service can get those urgent clearance completed on the same or next day. We only charge for amount of items we take away. Call us for a free quote today.
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Norbury - The name derives from North Burh, (North Borough). Some local histories note that this was due to Norbury's position on the northern boundary of the former Manor of Croydon. In actual fact it takes it name from a split in the borough of Bensham, one of the former seven boroughs of Croydon. 'Northbenchesham' became the Northborough, then Norbury. 'Southbenchesham' later became Thornton Heath.
Norbury, like Streatham and Croydon, lies on the London to Brighton Way Roman road, the northern part of which has become the A23 road. At Hepworth Road the intact road, 32 feet wide, was excavated in 1961. Remnants of a metalled ford across the stream were found further south at Hermitage Bridge on the River Graveney which forms part of the boundary between Norbury and Streatham, before flowing on to the River Wandle, then the River Thames.