Rubbish removal and house clearance service by KwikSweep leaving your location in a clean state. A popular commuter hotspot, thanks to it’s location on the inner/outer city of London border, Hendon and Brent Cross is a predominantly residential suburb. Brent Cross shopping centre is perhaps one of the most well known locations in the area, boasting an expanse of shops, restaurants and typical mall facilities. Aside from a dense commercial sector, Hendon also boasts a variety of parks and open spaces, including Copthall playing fields. Hendon Aerodrome is also a site of interest with tourists, primarily because of it’s association with the early pioneering days of human flight technology.
Our smart friendly rubbish removal staff will arrive at a time that suits you so if you're preparing for the sale or letting of your home, or simply getting rid of some clutter for extra space in your office. KwikSweep makes your rubbish removal Hendon and Brent Cross easy every step of the way.
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Hendon was historically a civil parish in the county of Middlesex. The manor is described in Domesday (1087), but the name, 'Hendun' meaning 'at the highest hill', is earlier. There is even evidence of Roman settlement discovered by the Hendon and District Archaeological Society and others; an urn burial of a headless child was found in nearby Sunny Hill Park.
Brent Cross was originally the name of a crossroads in the vicinity of the current Brent Cross Flyover. By 1944 the term was being used to describe addresses north of the A406 North Circular Road and west of the A41 Hendon Way] and after the eponymous shopping centre was built it was also used to describe business addresses south of the North Circular.
Previously the area had been known as Renters Farm, a name dating from 1309, and it remained largely farmland until the nineteenth century. In the late nineteenth century a sewage works was built there and Hendon Greyhound Stadium stood there from 1935 to 1970. In 1976 the Brent Cross Shopping Centre was opened, the first stand-alone shopping centre to be built in the UK.