KwikSweep offers a hassle free rubbish remova in Brockley, Crofton Park & Honor Oak Park as well as house clearance service for both homes and business. This low lying residential area to the south east of the city is alive with activity, with something new around every corner. With Goldsmith University to the North and Greenwich to the East, the area is young person and family orientated, with plenty of parks and sport facilities. The area offers spectacular view over London, from it’s unique elevated vantage point over the City of London. Brockley Market sums up the area’s bustling atmosphere, selling local seasonal produce with an award winning community vibe that sets a charming precent for the many local pubs and restaurants that populate the area.
Our unformed rubbish removal team can come at a date and time that suits you, leaving you to get on with your day. So how do we charge? Our pricing is based by how much your junk fills out 15 cubic yard truck. When our team arrive at your location we will confirm the price for your rubbish removal. Give us a free quote today.
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Brockley - The name 'Brockley' is derived from either 'Broca's woodland clearing', or a wood where badgers are seen (broc is the Old English for badger).The oldest surviving house in the area is the 'Stone House' on Lewisham Way (opposite Lewisham College) built in 1773 by the architect George Gibson the Younger. Most of the area remained agricultural until the mid nineteenth century, the most notable building of the time being the 'Brockley Jack' (since rebuilt), a large Victorian public house which today houses the Brockley Jack Theatre.
Crofton Park - Before the area was built up in the late 19th century, the principal buildings in this part of Brockley were Brockley Farm, Brockley Hall and the Brockley Jack public house. The area expanded rapidly in the 1890s with the opening of a new railway line (informally known as the Catford Loop) and railway station which opened in 1892. It was the naming of the station which gave the area its modern and invented name of 'Crofton Park'.